A S Divatia
Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 36 Issue 6 December 1952 pp 530-536
Concentrated iron oxide sol of Graham type has been prepared and subjected to hot intermittent dialysis for a period of one month. The composition of the sol as well as the variation of the conductivity with dilution were determined. It has been found that the bulk of the stabilizing ions adhere to the micelles and the variation of the conductivity with dilution shows that the iron oxide sol behaves as a typical colloidal electrolyte.
Volume 37 Issue 1 January 1953 pp 33-37
The unequal distribution of an electrolyte across a semipermeable membrane, in the presence of iron oxide sol is partly due to the establishment of (
Volume 50 Issue 3 September 1959 pp 175-182