A continuation of the investigation described in the previous paper. A method is described for following the rate of the reaction at very high pressures in which the pressure can be varied rapidly and the rate of the reaction continuously read. Very little effect upon the rate of the reaction, directly due to pressure, was noticed up to pressures of 6000 atmospheres. The pressure cells used for this work were exhibited including one that was ruptured at a very high pressure.
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Poulter, Thos. C. and Frazer, Glen E.
"A Study of the Reactions Involved in a System of Zn and H2SO4 under Pressures Up To 16,000 Atmospheres,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 34(1), 216-216.
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