Excess conduction noise of electrolytic media under electrical equilibrium conditions
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The results of an investigation of the noise of an electrolytic cell voltage under electrical equilibrium conditions when the cell is filled with normal solutions of CdCl2 at concentrations of 0.3 n. and 0.5 n. and a Kratz–Myers medium are presented. The fundamental electrical characteristics of the cell and the noise of the three media, namely, the resistance, the spectral power density of the noise and the exponent γ in the 1/ƒ γ relation are determined.
Key wordsresistance spectral power density of 1/ƒγ type noise the γ factor
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