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03 per cent of lead acetate; the lead salt apparently favors the formation of the platinum deposit in a finely-divided, adherent form. F. is thus measuring cell (of. Fig. 12). tion effects by the alternating eliminated. In some cases the very properties which make the platinized platinum electrodes satisfactory for the reduction of polarization are a disadvanThe finely-divided platinum may catalyze the oxidation of organic tage. compounds, or it may adsorb appreciable quantities of the solute present ELECTROLYTIC CONDUCTANCE 36 in the electrolyte and so alter its concentration.
The bridge is first balanced is then by adjusting 7 2 in the usual manner;* the telephone detector disconnected from R' and connected to ground by means of the switch /S 2 The position of the contact g and the condenser C g are adjusted until there is silence in the telephone, thus bringing B to ground potential. The switch 82 is now returned to its original position, and 72 2 is again adjusted so as to balance the bridge. and C g should be repeated and the bridge again balanced. 17. of consists , , , D .
Is connected across the resistance box Further, a variable condenser K and adjusted minimum; may until the telephone earpiece gives a sharply defined sound in this way the unavoidable capacity of the conductance cell be balanced to some extent. C. Sources and Detectors. Although the induction coil suffers from being noisy in operation and does not give a symmetrical alternating current, it is still often employed in conductance measurements where great accuracy is not required. C. generator was employed by Washburn (1913), and Taylor and Acree (1916) recommended the use of the Vreeland oscillator, which consists of a double mercury-arc arrangement capable of giving a symmetrical sine-wave alternating current of constant frequency variable at will from 160 to 4,200 cycles per second.
An introduction to electrochemistry by Samuel Glasstone