S N Changdar
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 37 Issue 2 August 1991 pp 105-114
In this paper a radioactive tracer technique based on sliding cell method developed in our laboratory for the study of diffusion in liquids is presented in detail. This method consists of radioactive and non-radioactive liquid columns of equal length and the radiation detector is placed in a vertical geometry over the diffusion column. Some liquid metals and aqueous electrolyte solutions were studied by this method. The data of liquid metals like mercury and gallium have been analyzed from the point of view of hard sphere model and those of electrolyte solutions from phenomenological theories. Onsager’s coefficients
Volume 39 Issue 4 October 1992 pp 317-321
Sliding cell method, developed in our laboratory, has been used to measure the inter diffusion coefficient of thallium ion in thallous sulphate solution over a wide concentration range using both water and heavy water as solvent at 35°C. The results have been analysed from the point of view of both ion-ion and ion-solvent interactions. The comparison of the diffusivities of the same ion in D2O and H2O electrolyte solutions at the same temperature indicate that the addition of salt affects the two solvents differently.
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