The Conductance of Aqueous Solutions of Calcium Chloride at Temperatures from 15° to 45°C
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14.It should be noted that the use of Eq. (1) necessitates a minimum for at a concentration given by For calcium chloride at 15°, this concentration is at which is 0.015 conductance unit less than for higher temperatures, this concentration is still lower. Similarly, with potassium and sodium chlorides at 15°, the minimum occurs at approximately and is less than the corresponding by unit in both cases.
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