From Kohlrausch's law, molar conductivity of an electrolyte can be expressed by following equation:

\[\Lambda_{m} = \Lambda_{m}^{0}-\text{Kc}^{x},\]

where \(\Lambda_{m}\) is molar conductivity, \(\Lambda_{m}^{0}\) is molar conductivity at infinite dilution, and \(\text{K}\) is Kohlrausch constant and \(\text{c}\) is concentration.

What is the appropriate value for \(x?\)

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