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The critical micellization concentration(CMC) is

(a) The concentration at which miscellization begins

(b) The concentration at which true solution is formed

(c) The concentration at which one molar electrolyte is present per 1000 gm of solution

(d) The concentration at which solute and solution form equilibrium.

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  • CMC (Critical miscellization concentration) is the concentration at which miscellization starts.
 
Answer: The concentration at which miscellization begins

 

answered Dec 14, 2013 by mosymeow_1
 
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