The object of this investigation has been to determine the points of equilibrium in the reactions resulting when solutions of metals are treated with hydrogen sulphide, and to determine the changes of those points with regard to changes of temperature. As the work advanced the importance of the question of the rate of the reactions became more and more apparent, and as a result I have dealt at considerable length with this factor and with the effects of temperature and agitation upon it.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences
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Stull, W. N.
"Contribution to the Study of Reversible Reactions,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 8(1), 110-118.
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