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Advances in Polarography, quantity 2 covers the complaints of the second one overseas Congress held at Cambridge in 1959 in honor of the seventieth birthday of Professor Heyrovsky.
This quantity consists of 35 chapters and starts with in depth discussions at the theoretical and basic facets, in addition to pertinent equations in polarography. substantial chapters are dedicated to the chemical and metallurgical functions of the method, with emphasis at the hint selection of sure compounds. the remainder chapters discover different software of particular polarographic approach, equivalent to nicotinic acid, iso-benzpyrylium salts, and steel complicated research.

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Therefore t h e apparent distinction between expressions for forward and backward reactions vanishes. If E changes with time, E = E(t), Φ%ρ is also dependent on time. The flux, or total expenditure of σ% in time unity, is composed of the ai expenditure in m reactions (1): m qi = m 2 Vip = 2 p = 1 (Ci&ip —Cp0pi), i = 1, 2, . , m (7) p = 1 The term with indices i = p becomes zero, therefore t h e conversion σ* — ai is automatically excluded from consideration. At great excess of indifferent electrolyte, as usually happens in polarography, substantial flux to the electrode is provided by diffusion.

T curves at very short times (see text). equation (34), also vs. t (upper line). I t follows from equation (18) t h a t we can calculate x' by writing t h a t equation separately for x' and x" and sub­ tracting; this yields: f (m't — m"t) at = a'-3 - x"~* — d S dAvs "at dt (Avs = V's —V"e o o Since the last term in this expression is negligible, it follows t h a t c' = (x"~3 +■ Γ Amtdt)-i This x'-t relation has also been plotted in Fig. 3 (lowest curve). Further approximations, performed in the same way, leave this curve almost un­ altered.

1st Intern. Polar. Congr. I, Prague, 1951, p . 126. 7. , and TACHI I. Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan 25, 284, 1952. 8. MATSUDA H . Ibid. 26, 342, 1953. 9. KOLTHOFF I. , and LINGANE J . J . Polarography, Interscience Publishers, New York (1952), p . 24. 10. LINGANE J . , and LOVERIDGE B. A. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 72, 438, 1950. 11. WANG J . H . J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 76, 1528, 1954. W A N G J . , and POLESTRA F . M. Ibid. 76, 1584, 1954. 12. LINGANE J . J . J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 75, 788, 1953. 13. SMITH G. S. Nature, Lond.

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