Scientific journal
European Student Scientific Journal
ISSN 2310-3094


Kocheshkova L.G. 1 Palashov V.V. 1
1 The Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
The mechanism of conductivity of conductors of the second sort (electrolytes) is based on the theory of dissociation which didn´t find so far due confirmation in practice, it is possible to tell, continues to remain forgery in science. Divides electrolytes on weak and strong, doesn´t allow to develop uniform approach to knowledge of the uniform and indivisible World of conductors of the second sort that causes the huge damage to a national economy which is ugly reflecting in consciousness of society (for example, in protection of steel underground constructions, institute of Karpov: x. N Polukarov Yu. M., Lazarenko-Manevich R. I. to. x. N Freyman L. I. Glazov N. P.) . In electrolytes in difference from conductors of the first sort really there are two fields: one field of electrostatic forces with intensity E and other field of page . The power balance (the fundamental law of preservation and energy transformation) can be satisfied only on condition of equality of these forces E =. The protolytic theory Brented and Lauri allowed us, without mixing solubility with dissociation, to return to the put problem Nernst and J. Thomson: "why dissociating forces and a dielectric constant go in the same order? " In offered work the answer to the question posed is given, using Umov-Poynting´s power balance.
electric field
magnetic field
static field
stationary field
third-party field
Lorentz´s strength
Poynting´s vector