A Quantitative Electrochemical Theory of the Electrolyte Permeability of Mosaic Membranes Composed of Selectively Anion-permeable and Selectively Cation-permeable Parts, and Its Experimental Verification

@article{Neihof1955AQE,
  title={A Quantitative Electrochemical Theory of the Electrolyte Permeability of Mosaic Membranes Composed of Selectively Anion-permeable and Selectively Cation-permeable Parts, and Its Experimental Verification},
  author={Rex Neihof and Karl Sollner},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1955},
  volume={38},
  pages={613 - 622}
}
The theory of the electrolyte permeability of mosaic membranes composed of ideally anion-selective and ideally cation-selective parts in juxtaposition is tested in a model which consists of an all-electrolytic cyclic arrangement of four component parts: dilute solution/anion-selective membrane/concentrated solution/cation-selective membrane/dilute solution. In this system cations move from the concentrated to the dilute solution across the cation-selective membrane and an equivalent number of… CONTINUE READING

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