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Posted by Sara on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 3:55pm.

When the conductivity is at a minimum, what must be true about the amount of Ba(OH)2 compared to H2SO4?

The Ba(OH)2 dissociates as Ba+2 + 2 OH-. H2SO4 dissociates as 2 H+ + SO4-2.
Why does it not conduct at this low point?
Why does it conduct more before and after this minimum point

Can someone please help with this I am not that great at chemistry. Thankyou fo any help that I get

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