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Lit. \ iii z ~, . 85 , Fig. 7. Relative interfacial tensions between 10- 2 molll TAATPB in nitrobenzene and varying aqueous concentrations of corresponding TAABr salt. - ---l:;. -----••• TPA Br ..... _ ....... J0 p[TAA Br]aq. (M) J. D. Reid et al. 5 o TMA Br t::. 0 o :1. S. The charge parameter [0"0+ 0" + (H20)], calculated from Gouy-Chapman-Verwey-Niessen theory, is indicated by the lines for varying aqueous T AABr concentrations and constant o (10-2molll) concentrations of TAATPB in nitrobenzene.
5 o TMA Br t::. 0 o :1. S. The charge parameter [0"0+ 0" + (H20)], calculated from Gouy-Chapman-Verwey-Niessen theory, is indicated by the lines for varying aqueous T AABr concentrations and constant o (10-2molll) concentrations of TAATPB in nitrobenzene. No aqueous supporting electrolyte. 57'----6'-----5'-----4'-----3'------'-----'~-----'0 imental charge function values obtained p [TAA Br]aq. from interfacial tension curves Fig. 5 - 300 -200 -100 o 100 200 300 U, mV Fig. 9. Specific capacitance of the interface obtained from the experimental admittance data plotted against applied interfacial p.
5. Overvoltage-time profiles (chronopotentiograms) for tetraalkylammonium chloride moving from water to nitrobenzene. 5 A/cm2. Aqueous concentrations 10~3 molli. ~~------------------e 2 3 4 5 Time (sec) 6 7 8 9 10 Fig. 6. Overvoltage-time profiles (chronopotentiograms) for tetrabutylammonium chloride moving from water to nitrobenzene; TBACI 8 x 10~4molll; nitrobenzene solution TBATPB 2 x 10~2 mol/l; current density 59 A/cm2. 1 molli. Curve a LiCl; curve b NaCl; curve c KCl; curved RbCl; curve e CsCI Relation to the Mechanism of Liquid Ion-Selective Electrodes 37 pass current.