The hydrogen ion concentration in the liquefaction of gelatine [sic]
"Gelatine is the most typical of the reversible colloids, a solution containing it being very fluid when hot, but setting to a clear stiff gel on cooling, which again becomes fluid at various temperatures, depending on the concentration of the gelatine"--Introduction, page 1.
Turner, William DeGarmo
M.S. in General Science
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
ii, 27 pages
© 1921 Frederick William Shaw, All rights reserved.
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Shaw, Frederick William, "The hydrogen ion concentration in the liquefaction of gelatin" (1921). Masters Theses. 6650.