Excerpt from The Electrical Conductivity, Dissociation, and Temperature Coefficients of Conductivity From Zero to Sixty-Five Degrees of Aqueous Solutions of a Number of Salts and Organic Acids
This study of the conductivity and dissociation of electrolytes, and of the tempera... ture coefficients of conductivity, was begun eleven years ago in connection with the solvate theory of solution, which had been proposed in this laboratory Shortly before that time. Certain relations of interest, and I hope of some importance, between the temperature coefficients of conductivity and the magnitude of the hydration of the dissolved salt were pointed out.
The work, thus begun, was continued especially for the following reason: When reference was made to the literature for the conductivity of any electrolyte at any given temperature, and for the temperature coefficients of conductivity, we were frequently unable to find what was desired; or, if found, the data were Often so dis cordant that it was impossible to decide What were the true conductivities and dissociations in question.
Since the magnitude of the dissociation of any electrolyte is fundamental to its scientific use in chemistry, it seemed desirable that such data Should be made avail able over the range of temperature most frequently used in the laboratory. With this idea in mind the work has now been continued here until it represents more than twenty years' continuous labor for one man, about conductivity measure ments having been made. Every one of the investigators has worked from one to two years on the problem, and Doctors Springer, West, and Wightman have each continued their investigations between two and three years.
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