Advances in Polarography. Proceedings of the Second by Ian S. Longmuir

By Ian S. Longmuir

Advances in Polarography, quantity 2 covers the court cases of the second one overseas Congress held at Cambridge in 1959 in honor of the seventieth birthday of Professor Heyrovsky.
This quantity consists of 35 chapters and starts with extensive discussions at the theoretical and basic points, in addition to pertinent equations in polarography. huge chapters are dedicated to the chemical and metallurgical purposes of the strategy, with emphasis at the hint decision of yes compounds. the rest chapters discover different program of particular polarographic strategy, similar to nicotinic acid, iso-benzpyrylium salts, and steel advanced research.

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67, 1954. 11. , a n d SCHINDLER R. Z. Elektrochem. Kyoto 60, 1138, 1956. DISCUSSION P . Z U M A N : A n e x a m p l e of t h e possibility of a p p l i c a t i o n of t h e given t r e a t m e n t for irreversible processes would b e some p r o t o n - t r a n s f e r reactions o n t h e p r o d u c t of one-electron r e d u c t i o n . A n e x a m p l e of such a r e a c t i o n is p r o b a b l y t h e reduc­ t i o n of p h t h a l i m i d e s , s t u d i e d b y Tirouflet a n d R y v o l o v a .

I n the equations (6) and (6a), r is the radius of the capillary at its orifice; the meaning of Mt, Mt', and Mt*9 and of vs, has been explained in I I . If D denotes the diffusion coefficient of the depolariser, the flux at the electrode surface is given by: D \3z/z=o (7) P -7==: VrrDt where C'\V ττΌί is the concentration gradient at the surface of a plane electrode( 9 ) and p is an, as yet, unknown function of time. If the rate of flow of mercury were constant, p = V f. )z dt Q (8) o Substitution of equations (2) (3), (5) and (7) into (8) gives: t 2 ti px2 r = p —dt Ί (9) v ; J xm o Differentiation of equation (9) with respect to t gives a Bernouilli-type equation: dp (2 1\ H p3 \x àx dt P= 2t) + m dt {xdt~2t) -2t br by substit Equation (10) can be made linear by substituting y dy /l 4dx\ (\ ±dx\ \t ~ xdt)1 1 440 j.

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