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In order to determine the relative effects of electrode condition, electrolyte and a number of physical parameters on electrolytic capacity, the capacity‐frequency characteristics of a single cell, kept under carefully controlled conditions, were measured for a period of about six months. Some...
A boundary value problem which may be applied to certain cases of heat transfer is worked out. The solution is applied to the investigation of the lags occurring in a medium of finite thermal conductivity enclosed in an infinitely long cylindrical case of infinite thermal conductivity when heat...
A rigorous and easily computed formula for the total radiation from an arbitrary current distribution above a plane ``earth'' of arbitrary characteristics is developed. The fields may also be found, though they are not needed to compute the energy radiated. As a by‐product, two new expansions...
A method is described for measuring the number of atoms of thorium sputtered from tungsten by positive ions of various velocities in the positive column of an arc discharge. The threshold for mercury ions is 35 volts. The number of atoms sputtered per positive ion in mercury vapor increases with...
The polarization capacity of a Pt☒H 2 SO 4 ☒Pt electrolytic cell of concentration 0.25 N has been studied using alternating currents ranging in frequency from 0.05 to 3500 cycles per second and using aperiodic currents whose time constants range from 0.15 to 1.5 seconds. The empirical law, C...
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