The Convection Explanation of Electrolysis


AT p. 12 of a recent text-book entitled “Electrochemistry,” by Prof. R. A. Lehfeldt, the author mentions the convection explanation of electrolysis, and states that “Faraday was sufficiently impressed with it to form the hypothesis of ions, i.e. of charged particles in the liquid travelling under the action of the electric force.”

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