The Problem of Polarization and Electrolytic Phenomena

  • Rudol’f L. Myuller


In the preceding paper it was emphasized that the specific electrical conductivity can only be measured and used uniquely to characterize a substance of a particular chemical composition and, above all, of a particular volume concentration of cations, when there is no concentration polarization in the region close to the electrodes [1]. It has been known for some time that this polarization can be eliminated by using reversible active anodes [2], Only such true conductivity will be considered here.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudol’f L. Myuller
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  1. 1.Leningrad State UniversityLeningradUSSR

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