The determination of ionic mobilities by conductometric titration was first suggested by Barker, Rowler and Shuttleworth in discussing the theory of conductometric titration of acids, bases and neutral salts. Intro. p. 1.
|Creators||Festenstein, Gerald Norman|
|Publisher||Rhodes University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry|
|Source Sets||South African National ETD Portal|
|Type||Thesis, Masters, MSc|
|Format||109 leaves, pdf|
|Rights||All degree certificates issued during the period 1904-1950 were issued by the University of the Cape of Good Hope/University of South Africa. Unisa owns the copyright of all Rhodes theses up to 1950.|
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