By Hermann Gerhard Hertz (auth.)

In this ebook a presentation of a phenomenological thought of elec­ trochemistry is given. extra accurately, it may be acknowledged that just one a part of the full box of electrochemistry is built. it's the function of this remedy to explain the interconnection among the electrical present in a composite thermodynamic approach and the speed of creation of a definite substance at the one part, the speed of deple­ tion of one other substance at the different facet, and the paintings in line with unit time which needs to be dropped at or is equipped by way of the process. The final a part of this programme ends up in the computation of the electrical power or the electromotive strength of a customary association referred to as a galvanic phone. it is going to purely be the electrical present~ that is thought of, now not the switch of the electrical present in line with unit time, i.e. d~/P{t • The vari­ ation of Jz with time must be the topic of the second one a part of this new remedy of electrochemistry.

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I-~ ~L • Pix >("1 x. (97) implies the statement that in the inhomogeneoulJ electrolyte solution in the presence of an electric current we ha-ve a local real 48 component mass production. Of course, in reality we have only a transport of mass from remote regions to the one considered here, x l < x < x 2 • But if we consider only this region, the amount of NaCl which is needed to construct the identical local system, increases. 4 need some further comment. In Fig. ,·Cx) (for instanceJF#~ ) with increasing coordinate x is assumed to be due to the fact that our electrolyte solution is a multicomponent system and that the concentration of constituent i (Na) decreases to a low value in the range xl <:x

Then according to eqs. #. - - t1 de - J(1f< drx"1' d)( aL (104) where Xx * is a constant to be determined experimentally and Cx* is the conventional transport number as will be seen shortly. We integrate this equation over the range of the boundary 0 ~ X ~ dX 6X f~' dx o. 0 = - /'tx

We have inhomogeneities in the three ranges, I ; x <' X <: x ; Xl " " XlI <: X <:::: x 2 <: x <: x2 • At the respect i ve boundar i es the 1 2 components from which the solution is to be constructed in the ranges of inhomogeneity are indicated. We need the transformation relations from the constituent space Na, Cl, K to the respective construction spaces. (98) and (99) are valid. Furthermore, it may be easily derived that we have (see section 1,2) fAtal - f~ fh'I* MKce ~ =M. ) 'ft1(£ 'i MNaI ~Ih.

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