Date of Award
Union College Only
Bachelor of Science
Charles B. Hurd
Although considerable work was done in 1924 by N. B. l Reynolds on the equilibrium between Lead, Lead Iodide and Iodine, there is, at the present time, no accurate data as to vapor pressure of Iodine over Lead Iodide at various temperatures. The same is likewise true of almost all metal halides and this work was undertaken to get such data as could be computed 1 by direct pressure measurements. The fact that these vapors are very corrosive makes it impossible to use a McLeod gauge or any other common form of manometer to measure the pressure directly.
Day, William Worden, "A Study of the Equilibrium between Lead, Lead Iodide and Iodine" (1925). Honors Theses. 1738.