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JAHN, Clinical Orthopeadics and Related Research 56, 261 (1968). C. ASHER, Nature 217, 134 (1968). J. M. DIAMOND, J. Membrane BioI. 1, 92 (1969). I. I. A. Summary The relations are summarized between potential, current and derived data, as obtained by polarographically derived technics, and (a) reversibility of electron-transfer processes and the various factors producing irreversibility in such processes, and (b) the study of homogeneous solution kinetics, the kinetics of reactions occurring near the electrode whose equilibria are perturbed by electrolytic processes, and heterogeneous electron-transfer kinetics.

E. a streaming potential Vs. It is shown that the quantitative dependence of f). V on f). p is given by: f). Vs where: E It = (~ f). p) 47t1)1t [=0 (1) dielecuic constant of the liquid phase zeta potential at the interface viscosity of the liquid phase conductance in the capillary of the liquid phase For Eq. (1) to be valid (note that the radius of the capillary does not appear) it is assumed that the flow of the liquid phase is streamlined, not turbulent; that the electrical double layer (the thickness of which depends on the solute concentration in the liquid phase) on the opposite inside walls of the capillary are not superimposed and that the solid phase is partially insulating.

Commun. 32, 246 (1967); DNS: V. BRABEC und E. PALECEK, Biophysik 6, 290 (1970). Dextran: H. BERG, K. GRANATH, B. NYGARD, J. STRASSBURGER und P. WEIST, in Druck' Electrochemical Energetics of Elementary Steps in Biochemical Redox Processes Involving Energy Storage by R. BUVET Universite de Paris VI, Laboratoire d'Energetique Electrochimique; 10 rue Vauquelin, Paris Seme France Summary Many biochemical redox processes lead to energy storage by the formation of hydrolyzable compounds. g. aldehydic oxidations or decarboxylations of (Xketoacids; the recently proposed interpretations, especially those concerning oxidative phosphorylation.

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