The cell constant of a conductivity cell _____________.
(i) changes with change of electrolyte.
(ii) changes with change of concentration of electrolyte.
(iii) changes with temperature of electrolyte.
(iv) remains constant for a cell.

Chemistry - Exemplar Problems

Chapter 3. Electrochemistry




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Cell Constant =  Distance between electrodes / Area of the plates of the electrodes. 

So it is a constant for a battery cell.

Conductivity and specific Conductivity is reciprocal of resistance, and is dependent on temperature, electrolyte and concentration.
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