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Q 2670267116.     A resistance of son is registered when two electrodes are suspended into a beaker containing a dilute solution of a strong electrolyte such that exactly half of the them are submerged into solution. If the solution is diluted by adding pure water (negligible conductivity) so as to just completely submerge the electrodes, the new resistance offered by the solution would be
A

50 Ω

B

100 Ω

C

25 Ω

D

200 Ω

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