CCII.—Studies on the viscosity and conductivity of some aqueous solutions. Part I. Solutions of sucrose, hydrogen chloride, and lithium chloride

W. Heber Green
1908 Journal of the Chemical Society Transactions  
IT has been suggested by various writers that there is some condition, at present undetermined, which complicates conductivity results obtained in very dilute solutious. On the other hand, few accurate measurements have been made with concentrated solutions, although these should be of great value in deciding the relation connecting the conductivity, viscosity, density, and concentration of solutions. Part I (this paper) is a contribution in the latter direction, and describes measurements of
more » ... s measurements of the viscosity of sucrose solutions and of the viscosity and Conductivity of hydrogen chloride and lithium chloride solutions over ranges of concentrations limited only by the solubilities of each substance. Part I1 (following paper) is a contribution towards the elucidation of the connexion between ionic mobility and physical fluidity in electrolytic solutions. Viscosity of Apueozcs Solutions of Sucrose (at 18' and 25').
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