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Ionic conductance of Cu(NO3)2+KNO3

  • Rudolf Holze
Part of the Physical Chemistry book series (volume 9B2)

Abstract

This chapter contains a tabular compilation of ionic conductance of Cu(NO3)2+KNO3 at various temperatures.

Table 1.7.2

Ionic conductances of aqueous solutions

Electrolyte

k or Λ or Λ01

−1cm−1 or Ω−1mol−1cm2]

T

[K or °C]

c 2

[mol · dm−3]

k or Λ or Λ01

−1cm−1 or Ω−1mol−1cm2]

T

[K or °C]

c 2

[mol · dm−3]

Ref.

Cu(NO3)2+

KNO3

0.15928

25 °C

0.0 + 2.0

0.14380

25 °C

0.25 + 1.5

[38Rys]

0.13002

25 °C

0.375 + 1.0

0.11746

25 °C

0.75 + 0.5

[38Rys]

0.10664

25 °C

1 + 0.0

   

[38Rys]

0.21000

25 °C

0.0 + 3.0

0.18482

25 °C

0.375 + 2.25

[38Rys]

0.16200

25 °C

0.5 + 1.5

0.14368

25 °C

1.125 + 0.75

[38Rys]

0.12570

25 °C

1.5 + 0.0

   

[38Rys]

1Conductances at infinite dilution Λ0 are printed in italics without mentioning a concentration, units are Ω−1 mol−1cm2. Molar conductances are given in italics with a concentration value, units are Ω−1 mol−1cm2. Simple conductivities are given stating the concentration, units are Ω−1 cm−1

2Concentrations are molar (units: mol · dm−3), molal concentrations are given in italics (units: mol · kg−1), other concentrations as specified

Symbols and Abbreviations

Short form

Full form

κ, Λ

ionic conductivity

T

temperature

Λ 0

ionic conductance at infinite dilution

c

molar concentration

References

  1. [38Rys]
    Rysselberge, P. van, Lee, A.: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 60 (1938) 2776.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudolf Holze
    • 1
  1. 1.Technische Universität ChemnitzInstitut für ChemieChemnitzGermany

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