What is called the degree of electrolytic dissociation?

The degree of electrolytic dissociation α (read “alpha”) is the ratio of the amount of electrolyte substance, decomposed into ions (nd), to the total amount of solute (np):
α = nd / np.
The degree of dissociation depends on the nature of the electrolyte and on the dilution of the solution.

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