Ionic migration


A difference in potential between two electrodes in a liquid leads to a flow of current in the liquid. This current depends on the potential drop across the liquid and its conductivity. The measurement of the conductivity of the electrolyte solution is used to determine the charge transport through the liquid.

Training program

  • Measurement of the variation in conductivity caused by the dilution of a 0.1M solution of potassium chloride with distilled water
  • Measurement of the conductivity of an aqueous solution of potassium chloride at different temperatures

Technical specifications
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