I know this might be a silly question but I am confused with different answers of internet. My question is:
Molar conductivity is given as:
Molar conductivity = $k÷M$.
SI unit of : k is S/m &
M is in mol/$m^3$.
Thus Molar conductivity in SI is S$m^2$/$mol$ ......(1)
When I substitute 1m=100cm in (1). I got new unit as [S$cm^2$/$mol$]×$10^4$. But in a book It was given as [S$cm^2$/$mol$]×$10^3$ ........(2), where they have taken S in S/cm and molarity in mol/Litre. But where I was wrong.
If you feel the question too confusing just explain me How I can convert that SI unit given in (1) into unit given in (2).