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THE HEATS OF DILUTION AND THE SPECIFIC HEATS OF DILUTE SOLUTIONS OF NITRIC ACID AND OF HYDROXIDES AND CHLORIDES AND NITRATES OF LITHIUM, SODIUM, POTASSIUM, AND CESIUM
Journal of the American Chemical Society
results of measurements of the electromotix e force of concentration cell5 -kt still higher concentrations, the conductance approaches that of metallic conductors. At approximately 2 11-a solution of sodium in liquid am-* 31. Busch, Ber., 38, 861 (1905). 2 Richards and Rowe, Proc. Am. Acad., 49, 183 (1913). Sodium nitrate (1360 g.) was dissolved in 7.2 liters of water.doi:10.1021/ja01437a009 fatcat:zwhcz6tg7fbdbowbnid2lkw3oe