The study of the electric conductivity of solutions in organic solvents has brought to light many interesting relations. In many such solvents the same general relation obtains as is found in the case of aqueous solutions, viz., the molecular conductivity increases regularly with increasing dilution. In the great majority of these no limiting value of the molecular conductivity is obtainable, however great the dilution employed.
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