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# What is the expression used to calculate the cell constant $G*$?

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## Cell constantThe cell constant is the ratio of the distance between conducting electrodes to the cross-sectional area of the electrodes.Expression for the calculation of cell constant$\left(G*\right)$The expression for the calculation of cell constant is as follows:- $G*=\frac{l}{A}=RK$Here, $l$ is the length and $A$is the area of cross-section, $R$ is the resistance, $K$is the conductivity.

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