Hydrogen Ion Concentration
New Concepts in a Systematic Treatment
John Ettore Ricci


In a highly original approach the author presents a general and systematic treatment of relations involving the hydrogen ion concentration of aqueous solutions. Mathematical exactness is developed as far as possible without dependence upon particular theories of ionization.

First published in 1952.

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