kohlrausch's law

kohlrausch's law
noun
Usage: usually capitalized K
Etymology: after Friedrich W. G. Kohlrausch died 1910 German physicist
: a statement in physical chemistry: the migration of an ion at infinite dilution is dependent on the nature of the solvent and on the potential gradient but not on the other ions present

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