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VII.—On the Electrical Properties of Hydrogenised Palladium

Cargill G. Knott
1887 Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
In the following paper I desire to place on record the results of certain experiments which have lately engaged my attention. The facts established are, so far as I am aware, novel and in themselves interesting.Many of the physical properties of hydrogenised palladium or hydrogenium have been carefully studied by Graham, Dewar, and others; but no one seems to have called attention to its thermoelectric peculiarities, or to have made a special study of its electrical resistance. These two
more » ... e. These two inquiries form the subject of this paper. Throughout I shall use, for brevity's sake, the name Hydrogenium, which was applied by Graham to the fully-saturated form.
doi:10.1017/s0080456800025515 fatcat:faldtmpymnhvpmsaxwgcosehxq