How is Conductivity calculated?

The conductivity (C) is calculated from the actual conductance (G), measured between the plates, multiplied by the cell constant (K).

Any cell can be represented by an equivalent cell in this case the formula can be expanded to:

C = (G L) / A

C = Conductivity (S/cm)

G = Conductance (S)

L = Distance between plates (cm)

A = Area of plates (cm2)

 

 

 

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