Date of Award
Union College Only
Bachelor of Science
Charles B. Hurd
This work was undertaken with the view of finding the alternating-current resistance of a specimen of soda-lime glass, and of determining how it changes with time, temperature, and amount of current passed. In all runs, we have restricted our work to the case of a one to one replacement of sodium ions for sodium ions by using a fused mixture of sodium-nitrate and sodium-nitrate as the electrolyte which makes contact to each side of the glass. Electrodes of both platinum and nickel were used to make contact with the fused salts.
Day, William Worden, "A Study of the Electrical Conductivity of Glass" (1926). Honors Theses. 2201.