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In the presence of potassium chloride, nitrate, or iodide, a steady decrease of elasticity with increasing salt concentration was observed, the magnitude of the effect increasing in the order named. 36 of the value in the absence of salt. Stress Relaxation E$eets. , by deformation under known stress) would be impossible, and only dynamic methods such as that of transverse vibrations could be employed. When, however, the strain is maintained for hours or days, 32 JOHN D. FERRY the stress diminishes, or relaxes (Rankine, 1906; Hatschek, 1921), and finally can be removed entirely, leaving the gel permanently deformed.

In any case, a marked increase in rigidity with increasing molecular weight is apparent. Dependence of Rigidity on p H . Gerngross (1926) measured rigidities of gelatin gels by a penetration instrument designed for industrial testing (cf. Sheely, 1930). 7. The constancy of rigidity over a considerable p H range in the isoelectric region recalls the meager dependence of melting point on pH in this range (Section 2, b, page 23). However, the possibility of anomalous behavior in a very narrow pH zone a t the isoelectric point in the absence of salt is not precluded (see Section e, page 36).

Kunitz (1930) made a more thorough investigation and showed that the double refraction was associated with uneven swelling in different directions and disappeared when swelling was allowed to proceed to equilibrium in all directions. , a film on a glass plate, swollen in t,hickness but constrained to constant area) corresponded to that of a solid under tension in the direction of swelling, and the magnitude was proportional to the relative increase in thickness in the direction of swelling and the concentration of gelatin.

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