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THEODOR VON GROTTHUSS (1785-1822) – A TRAIL BLAZER

@inproceedings{Jaselskis2007THEODORVG,
  title={THEODOR VON GROTTHUSS (1785-1822) – A TRAIL BLAZER},
  author={Bruno Jaselskis and Carl E. Moore},
  year={2007}
}
Two hundred years ago Theodor Grotthuss published a major paper entitled “Mémoire sur la décomposition de l’eau et des corps, qu’elle tient en dissolution a’ l’aide de l’élecrticite galvanique.”(1) In a short time this document was reprinted in other journals (2, 3) and was translated into English (4). In this paper Grotthuss presented an electrolysis concept based on physical-chemical phenomena rather than on the prevailing established electrostatic interpretation of the galvanic process. He… 

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