The apparent volumes and apparent compressibilities of salts in solution
Bridger, Grover Leon, 1911-
Scott, Arthur F.
Master of Arts
The apparent volumes of salts in solution have been studied for a number of years in this laboratory. Four years ago, upon the procurement of the necessary apparatus, measurements, of the compressibility coefficients of solutions wore undertaken for the purpose of investigating the apparent compressibilities of substances in solution. Measurements made with this compressibility apparatus have already been presented in the theses of Mr. V. M. Obenhaus (1932) and Mr. R. W. Wilson (1933). The present thesis is a continuation of these studies and deals with three different problems. Since these three subjects are parts of a series of which a paper by Scott and Wilson is the first (I), they are accordingly numbered II, III, and IV.