From emf. measurements on homoionic transference cells with Ce amalgam electrodes, of type CsxHg1-x|CsCl aq,m1||CsCl aq,m2|CsxHg1-x, aq. cesium chloride has been characterized as an outstanding, closely equitransferent, ultra-concd. salt bridge, much more qualified and effective than the popular KCl bridge for elimination of liq. junction potentials. It is recommended in pH-metric, pion-metric and titrimetric detns. esp. for use at junctions with highly concd., strongly acidic, or strongly alk. sample solns.

A verification of equitransference of the aqueous cesium chloride salt bridge from the emf. of transference cells with cesium amalgam electrodes / P.R. Mussini, A. Galli, P. Longhi, S. Rondinini. - In: ANNALI DI CHIMICA. - ISSN 0003-4592. - 80:3-4(1990), pp. 145-150.

A verification of equitransference of the aqueous cesium chloride salt bridge from the emf. of transference cells with cesium amalgam electrodes

P.R. Mussini;P. Longhi;S. Rondinini
1990

Abstract

From emf. measurements on homoionic transference cells with Ce amalgam electrodes, of type CsxHg1-x|CsCl aq,m1||CsCl aq,m2|CsxHg1-x, aq. cesium chloride has been characterized as an outstanding, closely equitransferent, ultra-concd. salt bridge, much more qualified and effective than the popular KCl bridge for elimination of liq. junction potentials. It is recommended in pH-metric, pion-metric and titrimetric detns. esp. for use at junctions with highly concd., strongly acidic, or strongly alk. sample solns.
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