The conductivity of a solution may be taken to be directly proportional to the total concentration of the charge carries

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Q 2672178036.     The conductivity of a solution may be taken to be directly proportional to the total concentration of the charge carries (ions) present in it in many cases. Using the above find the percent decrease' in conductivity (k) of a solution of a weak monoacidic base BOH when its 0.1 M solution is diluted to double its original volume.

(`K_b = 10^-s` for BOH)( take `sqrt50 = 7.07`) (Mark the answer to nearest integer)

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