The electrical conductivity of lithium chloride and of strontium nitrate in liquid monomethylamine

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1936

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The importance of the application of conductance measurements to the study of solutions of electrolytes is well known. However, many problems in this field remain unsolved. In the hope of aiding in the solution of such problems, attention has been directed toward solutions in non-aqueous solvents. In the present investigation, the conductances of a typical uni-univalent salt, lithium chloride, and of a bi-univalent salt, strontium nitrate in the non-aqueous solvent mono-methylamine were measured at different temperatures. Such data, it was hoped, would throw some light upon the behavior of electrolytes in solutions of very low dielectric constant and would serve to check the predictions of some of the modern theories of solution

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