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Non of the standard undergraduate textbooks in analytical chemistry (such as Skoog, Harris) discusses conductometry as an analytical technique. I wonder whether this technique is obsolete. Or is it taught under some other area such as physical chemistry ?

Can someone please point me to some good references on this matter ? I am particularly interested in text books.

Thanks.

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I am certainly no expert in the field (in fact, I know nothing about it) but I imagine this 225+ page text will prove to be useful for you: Oscillometry and Conductometry: International Series of Monographs in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 21 by E. Pungor is available via Google Books. You might be able to find a used copy of this book somewhere (it was published in 1965).

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