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# The specific conductance of a saturated solution of silver chloride is KΩ−1cm−1. The limiting ionic conductances of Ag+and Cl− ions are x and y, respectively. The solubility of silver chloride in g litre−1 is : [Molar mass of AgCl=143.5]

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k×1000xy
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kx+y×143.5
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C
k×1000×143.5x+y
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D
x+yk×1000143.5
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Solution

## The correct option is B k×1000×143.5x+y The molar conductance of AgCl solution is ΛmAgCl=λmAg++λCl−=x+y.The relationship between molar conductance and specific conductance is ΛmAgCl=1000×κCHence,x+y=1000×κCCmolL=1000×κx+y.Now convert the concentration from molL to gL.CmolL×143.5gmol=143.5×CgL=143.5×1000×κx+ygL.Hence, option C is correct.

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