1920
DOI: 10.1021/ja01450a004
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Abstract: The first crystals formed in any solution contain more radium than any of the later crystals.The concentration of radium in the crystals increases with the time of crystallization for equal quantities of crystals from solutions of the same radium concentration.In neutral or alkaline solutions radium-barium crystals form extremely slowly upon cooling, supersaturation being noticeable. Acid in tlic soltltions seems to act as a catalyzer in forming crystals, supersaturation bcing less noticeable. Summary.Several … Show more

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