Über die Ursache der elektromotorischen Eigenschaften der Gewebe, zugleich ein Beitrag zur Lehre von polyphasischen Elektrolytke

Cremer, Max [1865-1935]

Published by R. Oldenbourg [1906], München, 1906
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24x16cm, 47 pp., Offprint from "Zeitschrift für Biologie", Band XLVII, 1905/06. The first study of glass electrodes, in which Cremer "determined that the electric potential that arises between parts of the fluid, located on opposite sides of the glass membrane is proportional to the concentration of acid (hydrogen ion concentration)" [-wikipedia]. ["the invention of ion-selective electrodes (ISEs) is usually attributed to Cremer, whose research was focussed on the investigation of ther electromotive behavior of tissues. In the extensive theoretical part of his paper on the glass electrode in 1906 he discussed different concentration cells and stated that the membrane potential is the sum of phase-boundary potentials and diffusion potential.,." - Bard & Zoski "Electroanalytical Chemistry: A Series of Advances"]. Full title reads: "Über die Ursache der elektromotorischen Eigenschaften der Gewebe, zugleich ein Beitrag zur Lehre von polyphasischen Elektrolytketten". Minor wear. Author's rubberstamp presentation on cover. VG. Bookseller Inventory # 027385

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Title: Über die Ursache der elektromotorischen ...

Publisher: R. Oldenbourg [1906], München

Publication Date: 1906

Binding: orig. wrappers

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