PHOTOCHEMICAL STUDIES IN GELS. PART I. THE REDUCTION OF FERRIC CHLORIDE BY MANDELIC ACID IN LIGHT OF DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES IN THORIUM PHOSPHATE GEL AS A SOLVENT MEDIUM

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The kinetics of the reduction of ferric chloride by mandelic add in light of frequencies 366 and 436 μμ in transparent and colourless thorium phosphate gel have been studied. The reaction was found to be zero molecular and the velocity constant was found to increase with increasing concentrations of ferric chloride and in fact \({\bigtriangleup x \over \bigtriangleup t}/I_{abc}\) was found to remain constant for a particular wave-length which increase with increased in the magnitude...
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