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From the equation for the electromotive force, E, of cell A one can write
Neither the electromotive force nor the activity coefficient was smoothed with respect to temperature.
It is possible that traces of oxygen, known to shift the potential of the silver--silver-chloride electrode toward more positive values in acid solutions, may explain this elevation of electromotive force at low-molalities.
A lowering of the electromotive force of the cell by 0.
The activity coefficients from these two sources are compared in table 9 with those obtained by Hills and Ives [13] in a careful study of the hydrogen-calomel cell without liquid junction and with those computed by Shedlovsky [33] [6] from transference numbers and the electromotive force of cells with transference.
Smoothed electromotive force of cell A at 20[degrees] and 25[degrees]C, in absoluted volts m Gilntelberg [6] Roberts [7] Carmody [8] Measurements at 20[degrees] 0.
Clark, On a voltaic standard of electromotive force, Proc.
Denenstein, On the use of the ac Josephson effect to maintain standards of electromotive force, Metrologia 3(4), 89-98 (1967).
Although the electromotive forces in all the elementary coils have the same phase, the currents there have different phase shifts determined by particular tissues involved.
Calculation of the corresponding electromotive forces has been presented in [6].
In the usual substitution method the two electromotive forces to be compared are opposed successively to a controlled potential difference.