I am trying to compare the electrical conductivity of selected ionic liquids (ILs) and aqueous electrolytes.
By ionic liquid (IL), I mean a pure IL -- no water. Electrical conductivity of ILs is measured in units of Siemens per length. For example, the following table from Leys et al., J. Chem. Phys., 2008 gives the electrical conductivity of selected ILs in units of S/m:
On the other hand, aqueous electrolytes are obviously salts in water. I think, then, electrical conductivity of aqueous electrolytes are concentration-dependent. The following table in the CRC Handbook gives the electrical conductivity of selected aqueous electrolytes in units of S cm^2 / mol:
How can I compare the electrical conductivities of ionic liquids and aqueous electrolytes?
In other words, is there a way to relate ionic ($\sigma$ in S/m) and molar ($\Lambda$ in S cm^2 / mol) conductivities?