By W.G. Frankenburg, V.I. Komarewsky, E.K. Rideal (Eds.)
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The height of this electrical repulsive barrier is reduced greatly by any “neutral” salts (Davies and Rideal, 21). Hartley and Roe (50) in this way were able to calculate the p H of the surface. This is related to the electrical potential, $, of the surface by: pH, = pH6 + efilkT (xxi) where k is the Boltzmann constant and T the absolute temperature. The potential a t a distant point in the bulk of the solution is conventionally set a t zero. Another method of finding $ is from measurements of the surface potential, AV.
The findings of the Russian workers on polymerization in the surface are discussed in detail in Section VII. CATALYSIS AND REACTION KINETICS AT LIQUID INTERFACES 31' 6. Lactonization of y-Hydroxystearic Acid If a monolayer of y-liydroxystearic acid is spread on an acid substrate, a reaction occurs with the formation of y-stearolactone. This particular conversion is of interest for two reasons; it offers an example of a reaction between two groups both held in the film, and it provides an excellent test for a mathematical theory of surface reactions, as we shall see below.