Adsorption studies of organic compounds on the hydrogen electrode using a microcoulometric technique
Date of Award
Master of Science
This work was concerned with the adsorption of various organic compounds and their effect on the hydrogen electrode where adsorption is defined as the accumulation of a chemical substance at the boundary separating two phases. In this case, the two phases were the electrode and the ionic solution surrounding it.
Oglesby, Philip Lamar, "Adsorption studies of organic compounds on the hydrogen electrode using a microcoulometric technique" (1957). Master's Theses. 994.