The low migration velocities of some of the ions of the elements of low atomic weight, as well as the many other phenomena that are not explained by simple electrolytic dissociation, have led to the belief that the ion does not lead an independent existence in the solution, but is solvated, or combined chemically with one or more molecules of the solvent.
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"The Transference Numbers and the Degree of Solvation of the Ions of Lithium Chloride in Certain Alcohols,"
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