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    Interpolate to infinite dilution

    What does it mean to interpolate to infinite dilution? how do you do that?

    we have to plot conductance against concentration and it is asked to interpolate to infinite dilution. what does this mean? how do you do it? Thank you
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    Re: Interpolate to infinite dilution

    Quote Originally Posted by apatite View Post
    we have to plot conductance against concentration and it is asked to interpolate to infinite dilution. what does this mean?
    It probably means finding the limit of conductivity when concentration tends to zero. In other words, find the behavior of the function for small values of concentration.
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