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    Resistance versus temperature in weak acids, strong acids, and water

    No i did plot conductance vs temperature. According to the site you linked, the conductivity should be inversely proportional. However, i found in my experiment that it was proportional to temperature.
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    Resistance versus temperature in weak acids, strong acids, and water

    I did plot resistance versus temperature. That was the graph that looked like the 1.x graph. Take a look at the third graph from the left. That is a conductance versus temperature graph and it seems to be linear.
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    Resistance versus temperature in weak acids, strong acids, and water

    Ok. But reading the contents of the link you've sent, I see that the final equation derived relates molar conductivity or conductivity to the equation: http://tannerm.com/images/difcond12.gif However, as you can see, the conductivity is proportional to T^-1 where my experiment seemed to...
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    Resistance versus temperature in weak acids, strong acids, and water

    Yes.. but i was under the equation that the Nernst equation only applied to working chemical cells
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    Resistance versus temperature in weak acids, strong acids, and water

    Interesting equation. However, the sample of acids I am testing are not really electrochemical cells in any way. They are just simple solutions of vinegar and HCl at 0.5 M.
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    Resistance versus temperature in weak acids, strong acids, and water

    The question below is a rather theoretical one and does not concern any actual calculations. So I have decided to abandon the traditional format. In the past few weeks, I have designed and carried out a lab in which I would test the resistance of a strong acid (0.5 M HCl), a weak acid (0.5 M...
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