A Stationary Field Method for Investigating Disassociation Processes in Liquid and Solid Bodies.
COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER NH
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Using powerful electric fields, it is possible to reduce ion concentration in very thin layers of slightly disassociated media to a point where the saturation current thus created gives a direct measure of the disassociation velocity. Following a detailed discussion of the theoretical considerations, several measurement methods and a particular experimental arrangement are described. An application to measure disassociation velocity of water molecules and proton mobility and concentration in very pure ice is discussed. The first preliminary results lead to the assumption of a very high proton mobility in H-bridges. The disassociation velocity of the H2O molecules in the ice lattice was found to be smaller by several orders of magnitude than in water. Author
- Physical Chemistry