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why for strong electrolyte degree of dissociation is 1
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    strong electrolytes show complete dissociation on the ions. i.e 100% so the molar/equivalent conductivity are nearly equal to limiting molar/equivalent conductivity therefore the v...
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    strong electrolytes show complete dissociation i.e 100% therefore the molar/equivalent conductivity are nearly equal to limiting molar/equivalent conductivity. hence dissociation c...
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  • Pinky chaudhary
    strong electrolytes show complete dissociation i.e 100% therefore the molar/equivalent conductivity are nearly equal to limiting molar/equivalent conductivity. hence dissociation c...
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  • Pinky chaudhary
    strong electrolytes show complete dissociation i.e 100% therefore the molar/equivalent conductivity are nearly equal to limiting molar/equivalent conductivity. hence dissociation c...
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    • cropped3872361784122095558.jpg
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  • Pinky chaudhary
    strong electrolytes show complete dissociation i.e 100% therefore the molar/equivalent conductivity are nearly equal to limiting molar/equivalent conductivity. hence dissociation c...
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