Electrolyte conductance in solutions of non-electrolytes. The roles of nonhydrated and hydrated nonconducting obstructants in ion migration

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Abstract

On the basis of the obstruction to ionic conduction by floating insulator bodies, an equation has been derived. The validity of this conductance equation has been established using experimental results from various sources. The extents of hydration of proteins and sucrose have been evaluated from this equation. This, and a suitably rearranged Fricke's equation help to calculate the axial ratios of the biopolymers. The possibility of ion association with the non-electrolyte may offer an increased hydration than that is usual. © 1973.

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