The Electrical Conductance Studies on the Chicken-Egg Membrane in Presence of Alkali Chlorides
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Results on the studies of electrical conductance on the chicken-egg membrane in presence of alkali chlorides (NaCl, MgCl2 and AlCl3) are presented in this article. The conductance measurements of the inner thin layer membrane of a chicken-egg observed with electrolyte solution of some common alkali chlorides over a range of concentrations and at different temperatures. The increasing of concentration in the electrolyte solution through chicken-egg membrane tends to the increasing of conductance values. The magnitude follow the order Al . The temperature range studied is between 303 K and 363 K at 10 K interval. The linear regression with a negative slope shows a correlation between conductance and temperature. The increasing of temperature indicates some kind of mobilization of the ions occurred during the conductance measurement.
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