At certain temperature, the conductivity of pure water is `6.6 ×10^(-8) ohm^(-1 )Cm^(-1)`. The ionic conductances of `H

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Q 1260223115.     At certain temperature, the conductivity of pure water is `6.6 ×10^(-8) ohm^(-1 )Cm^(-1)`. The ionic conductances of `H^+` and `OH^-` ions at this

temperature are `350` and `200^8 ohm^(-1)` `cm^ 2 mol^(-1)` respectively. Calculate the ionic product of water at this temperature.
A

`1.01 × 10^(-14)`

B

`2.4 × 10^(-14)`

C

`1.2 × 10^(-14)`

D

`1.44 × 10^(-14)`

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