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how to calculate specific observed rotation?

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    It will depend on whether it is a pure liquid or a solution. If a pure liquid

    [Alpha]T,lamdba =
    measured rotation/(path length x density)

    for a solution
    [Alpha]T,lamdba =
    measured rotation/(path length x concentration)

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