Further experiments have been conducted on the conductivity of cod liver oil under varying conditions. All experiments on the variation of conductivity with temperature have shown that the conductivity increased with the temperature. By plotting the logarithm of resistance against temperature, straight lines were obtained over considerable ranges of temperatures. The breaks in these curves were apparently quite sharp but did not occur at the same temperatures with different trials even though oil from the same bottle was used. The resistance became very unstable at temperatures around 85°C.
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Butler, L. W.
"On the Conductivity of Cod Liver Oil,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 316-317.
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