THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SOLUTIONS OF PLATINUM TETRAIODIDE AND OF IODINE IN ALCOHOL

E. H. Archibald, W. A. Patrick
1912 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
369 which they have calculated. This probably means that the degree of dissociation of picric acid in the presence of the acids is not merely dependent on the concentration of hydrogen ion. Of the tweh-e different values obtained by the indicator method using different indicators and different comparison acids, only two lie outside the limits, and these are the only ones in which methyl green was used as an indicator. The general conclusion may be drawn that a comparison of the results obtained
more » ... with a number of different acids, and different indicators will lead for simple solutions to values of the hydrogen ion concentration of reasonable reliability. Using the same method, a determination of the hydroxide ion concentration in solutions of di-acid bases is now being carried out by one of the authors (I,. H. G.).
doi:10.1021/ja02205a003 fatcat:z3hklhalirgmfd5aw2oe65jpuy