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Define degree of ionization. Explain the effect of concentration and temperature on degree of ionization.

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Degree of Ionization: - The fraction of the total number of molecules of an electrolyte that ionizes in solution called the degree of ionization. 

Effect on Degree of ionization:- 

1. Concentration of the solution- Degree of Ionization is inversely proportional to concentration. As concentration increases, degree of ionization decreases & vice a versa. 

2. Temperature of solution- Degree of Ionization is directly proportional to temperature. As temperature increases, degree of ionization increases.

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