i read formulae in textbook :(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[α]^{λ}_{t°C}= Θ/L*C ........(i)

where Θ is rotation in light

and L is length of tube

and C is concentration in gm/litre

if we consider tube of lenth L and cross section area 'A'

then C= M/A*L

M is mass of sample

so (i) becomes

[α]^{λ}_{t°C}= Θ/[M/A]

so are scientist so blind to observe or i am doing something wrong.

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