Definition of Theory of indicators

1. Noun. (chemistry) the theory that all indicators are either weak acids or weak bases in which the color of the ionized form is different from the color before dissociation.

Exact synonyms: Ostwald's Theory Of Indicators
Generic synonyms: Scientific Theory
Category relationships: Chemical Science, Chemistry



Theory Of Indicators Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Theory Of Indicators Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Theory Of Indicators

theorizer
theorizers
theorizes
theorizing
theorizings
theory
theory-based
theory-laden
theory of dissociation
theory of electrolytic dissociation
theory of everything
theory of evolution
theory of games
theory of gravitation
theory of gravity
theory of indicators (current term)
theory of inheritance
theory of knowledge
theory of medicine
theory of organic evolution
theory of preformation
theory of punctuated equilibrium
theory of relativity
theoryless
theosis
theosoph
theosopher
theosophers
theosophic
theosophical

Literary usage of Theory of indicators

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1921)
"Theory of Indicators* To detect the presence of free hydrogen cations or of hydroxyl anions, certain colored, organic substances are used, called indicators ..."

2. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1916)
"Theory of Indicators * To detect the presence of free hydrogen cations or of hydroxyl anions, certain colored, organic substances are used, ..."

3. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"CHAPTER XVII THE theory of indicators AT the time of the development of the ionic theory Ostwald l undertook an investigation in regard to the color of ions ..."

4. The Determination of Hydrogen Ions: An Elementary Treatise on the Hydrogen by William Mansfield Clark (1920)
"... tration and which Noyes had previously summarized in his paper "Quantitative application of the theory of indicators to volumetric analysis," (1910). ..."

5. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1921)
"Theory of Indicators* To detect the presence of free hydrogen cations or of hydroxyl anions, certain colored, organic substances are used, called indicators ..."

6. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1916)
"Theory of Indicators * To detect the presence of free hydrogen cations or of hydroxyl anions, certain colored, organic substances are used, ..."

7. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"CHAPTER XVII THE theory of indicators AT the time of the development of the ionic theory Ostwald l undertook an investigation in regard to the color of ions ..."

8. The Determination of Hydrogen Ions: An Elementary Treatise on the Hydrogen by William Mansfield Clark (1920)
"... tration and which Noyes had previously summarized in his paper "Quantitative application of the theory of indicators to volumetric analysis," (1910). ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Theory of indicators

Search for Theory of indicators on Dictionary.com!Search for Theory of indicators on Thesaurus.com!Search for Theory of indicators on Google!Search for Theory of indicators on Wikipedia!

Search