Experimental results are presented on excitation of oscillations of polarization charges of solvated ions in an aqueous solution of a mixture of cerium and lead nitrates under an external asymmetric electric field and the directed motion of solvated cerium and lead cations, caused by this process. The applicability of the approximation of the existence of a self-consistent electric field in the solution volume to explain the observed frequency ranges of the manifestation of the effect of electroinduced selective drift of solvated cations is demonstrated. The results of a theoretical analysis of the possibility of forming associates from solvated ions are presented.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)