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conductance of mixtures of strong electrolytes by Knut Axel Krieger

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Published in Philadelphia .
Written in English


  • Electrolytes -- Conductivity.

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Statement[by] Knut Axel Krieger.
LC ClassificationsQD565 .K88 1937
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6371082M
LC Control Number38015414

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resistivity, in Ωm. Reciprocal resistance, 1/R, is known as conductance, and reciprocal resistivity, 1/ρ, as conductivity. Conductivity is given by the symbol kappa,κ and has units Ω-1m-1 or Sm-1 (S = Ω-1). Hence, κ = l (3) RA Conductivity depends upon the number of File Size: KB. CONDUCTIVITY OF ELECTROLYTES Conductance, G, is the reciprocal of resistance, R. Resistance is expressed in ohms, Ω. The SI unit of conductance is the siemans, S, and 1 S = 1 Ω Although resistance is the quantity measured, conductance is more appropriate for the description of electrolyte solutions. Conductance and Electrolyte Concentration. The conductivity of an electrolyte solution depends on concentration of the ionic species and behaves differently for strong and weak electrolytes. As the current is carried by ions the specific conductance will depend on the actual number of ions per unit volume of the solution. Electrolytes are chemicals that break into ions in water. What strong, weak, and non-electrolytes are and examples of each type.

Strong and Weak Electrolytes Some polar molecular compounds are nonelectrolytes when they are in their pure state, but become electrolytes when they are dissolved in water. Hydrogen chloride (HCl) is a gas in its pure molecular state and is a nonelectrolyte. DIFFUSION, CONDUCTANCE AND VISCOUS FLOW IN ARBITRARY MIXTURES OF STRONG ELECTROLYTES (EXTRACT FROM JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, , 36 11, PAGES ) (Important Paper by Winner of Nobel Prize in Chemistry) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Measurements of conductance and fluidity of silver nitrate and of ammonium nitrate solutions, over a range of concentration varying from N to 14 N (silver nitrate) and from N to 15 N (ammonium nitrate) have been made. In both cases, a maximum is observed in the specific conductances but in neither case does a minimum occur in the plot of equivalent conductance against by: To explore whether these difficulties limit our ability to predict mixtures, four models for the activity coefficients, two models for the conductivity of a single strong electrolyte, and an equation for the change in equivalent conductivity on mixing single strong electrolytes were chosen.