Kohlrausch method

Kohlrausch method

[′kōl‚raüsh ‚meth·əd]
(physical chemistry)
A method of measuring the electrolytic conductance of a solution using a Wheatstone bridge.
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Bauer of Konigsberg (Kaliningrad) who first recognized (1881) that optic axis angle goniometers originally devised by Des Cloizeaux (1817-1897) and improved in 1871 by Groth (1843-1927) were suitable also for the Kohlrausch method. These instruments include a horizontal graduated circle with a centering and adjusting crystal holder suspended below instead of being positioned above (Fig.