Temperature dependance of the conductivity


The electrical conductivity of an electrolyte solution does not depend only on the type and concentration of electrolytes, but also on other parameters. Usually, an increase in conductivity is accompanied by an increase in temperature. Basically, it is due to the exponential decrease in the viscosity of the solution. In this experiment it is possible to determine the dependence of the conductivity of a sodium chloride solution on the temperature with range 20 °C – 60 °C.

Training program

  • Electrolytic resistance
  • Specific conductivity and molar conductivity
  • Ion mobility
  • Kohlrausch’s law
  • Ostwald’s dilution law

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