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Photo electric theory and technique and its application to astronomical research
(University of Canterbury. Physics, 1930)
Modern theory regards light as an electromagnetic disturbance and a change in electrification as the removal or addition of electrons which are negatively charged. Hence a photo electric change can be considered as the ...
The hydrolysis of salts of weak acids and weak bases
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1930)
It has shown, from theoretical considerations, by R. O. Griffiths (Trans. Faraday Soc. 17,525, 1922) that the classical derivation of an equation connecting the degree of hydrolysis of salts formed from weak acids and weak ...
A study of the heats of reaction of the binary mixture ether - chloroform
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1934)
The reasons causing temperature and volume changes due to the mixing of non-aqueous liquids are varied. The phenomenon is probably complex because of the processes that may happen during true solution such as association, ...