The absorption spectra of solutions as studied by means of the radiomicrometer : The conductivities, dissocations, and viscosities of solutions of electrolytes in aqueous, non-aqueous, and mixed solvents / By Harry C. Jones and collaborations
- Jones, Harry C. (Harry Clary), 1865-1916
- Washington, D.C. : Carnegie institution of Washington, 1915.
- Physical Description:
- 202 p. incl. tables, diagrs. : pl. ; 25 cm.
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- Carnegie Institution of Washington publication ; no. 210
- The absorption spectra of aqueous solutions of hydrated and non-hydrated salts, as studied by means of the radiomicrometer, by E. J. Shaeffer and M. G. Paulus.--Conductivities, temperature coefficients of conductivity, dissociations, and constants of certain organic acids in aqueious solutions, by L. D. Smith.--A preliminary study of the conductivity of certain organic acids in ethyl alcohol at 15[degrees], 25[degrees], and 35[degrees], by E. P. Wightman and J. B. Wiesel.--The conductivity and viscosity of solutions of potassium iodide and sodium iodide in mixtures of ethyl alcohol and water, by E. P. Wightman, P. B. Davis, and A. Holmes.--Conductivity and viscosity of solutions of rubidium salts in mixtures of acetone and water, by P. B. Davis and H. Hughes.--The conductivity and viscosity of certain rubindium and ammonium salts in ternary mixtures of glycerol, acetone, and water at 15[degrees], 25[degrees], and 35[degrees], by P. B. Davis and W. S. Putnam.--Discussion of evidence on the solvate theory of solution obtained in the laboratories of the Johns Hopkins university.--Bibliography (p. 199-202).
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