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Q 2682178037.     At 0.04 M concentration the molar conductivity of a solution of a electrolyte is `5000.Ω^-1` `cm^2` `mol^-1` while at 0.01 M concentration the value is `5100 Ω^-1 cm^2 mol^-1`. Making necessary assumption (Taking it as strong electrolyte) find the molar conductivity at infinite dilution and also determine the degree of dissociation of strong electrolyte at 0.04 M.
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