Excerpt from Researches in Physical Chemistry
Chloroform and alcohol did not coagulate the hydrosol oi arsenious sulphide, but no distribution was observed even at the plait-point; this is not due to passive resistance. The same is true when the alcohol was replaced by aceton... e; but if other or ethyl acetate were substituted for the chloroform distribution readily occurred, whether alcohol, acetone or propyl alcohol was employed as consolute liquid. In this connection a rapid method of determining the binodal curve, tie-lines, and plait-point was worked out.
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