CERTAIN PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE ALKALI NITRATES AND CHLORIDES

F. L. Haigh
1912 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
centage of total salt) of the intemediate ion might even increase on dilution. The explanation here advanced is in agreement with the essential constancy of the migration ratios of other related salts, such as cadmium bromide, to much higher concentration, since cadmium iodide is recognized as furnishing an extreme typical case of complex formation. To sum up, the behavior of ternary salts can be explained within the experimental error of the available data as being due to the pressure of
more » ... e pressure of intermediate ions, and also of complex ions in the more concentrated solutions. The elements belonging to any group in the periodic classification exhibit, as is well known, chemical and physical properties which, in a general way, are simple functions of the atomic weights. Thus, if the numerical values for a given property be taken, they will show, as a rule,
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