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A material's ability to conduct electric current or thermal energy by any means.

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I learnt that on dilution of an electrolytic solution, it's conductivity decreases. However, there is an increase in the molar conductivity of the solution. The book explained the reason by comparing … someone please explain why the conductivity of an electrolytic solution decreases but molar conductivity increases on dilution, maybe with the help of a good hypothetical example? …
asked Mar 3 '15 by Tejas