By Samuel Glasstone
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Am. Chem. , 52, 1793 (1930). 06 10~6 X serious difficulty. - 1 at 18, can be obtained without " " The ultra-pure ohmchief 1 problem is the removal of carbon dioxide and two principles have been adopted to achieve this end; either a rapid stream of pure air is passed through the condenser in which the steam is being condensed in the course of distillation, or a small proportion only of the vapor obtained by heating ordinary distilled water is condensed, the gaseous impurities being carried off by the uncondensed steam.
10. In an experiment on the electrolytic reduction of sodium nitrate solution, Muller and Weber [_Z. 0495 g. 0173 g. ammonia and 695 cc. 27 g. of copper were deposited in a coulometer. ciency for each of the three products. 11. Oxygen at 25 atrn. , liberated in an electrolytic gas coulometer (I) compared with the amount of hydrogen peroxide (II) obtained from the same quantity 8. of electricity. I. 5 200 II. 7 150 413 265 583 334 1,670 cc. of 596 mg. of ft as. HO 2 2. Calculate the current efficiency for the formation of hydrogen peroxide in each case, and plot the variation of the current efficiency with the quantity of electricity passed.
This phenomenon, which became known as the " Parker effect," was confirmed by other workers; it was at first attributed to adsorption of the electrolyte by the platinized electrode, but its true nature was elucidated by Jones and Bollinger. 3 The pipette type , of cell (Fig. 13, I) is electrically equivalent to the circuit depicted in Fig. 13, II; the resistance tion contained R is that of the solu- between the electrodes and this is in parallel with the resistance (R p ) of the electrolyte in the filling tube at the right and a in the cell, H I FIG.
An introduction to electrochemistry by Samuel Glasstone