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The results of viscosity measurements of a series of creosotes distilled from a single tar are given. It was found that these creosotes are truly viscous solutions which permits the designation of the data as absolute viscosity. The viscosity‐temperature data conform to two equations, one an...
Measurements of interfacial tension against water of each of a series of creosotes distilled from a single tar are reported. It is found that the interfacial tension values of these creosotes varied as much as 30 percent although no definite trend was present which could be related to other...
Protoplasm becomes highly elastic, glutinous and fibrous, exhibits syneresis and changes from yellow to orange at the anode of an electric circuit. At the cathode, all properties are the opposite of those at the anode; the protoplasm becomes soft, lacks elastic, glutinous and fibrous qualities,...
Because of deviations from a truly cylindrical surface at the capillary wall or to an abnormal orifice at one end of the capillary, the value of the coefficient, m, of the kinetic energy correction may be abnormally high with one direction of flow while it remains quite normal with the other...
The surface tension of each of a series of creosotes distilled from a common tar has been determined at various temperatures. The surface tensions of the several creosotes do not differ substantially at any given temperature. Differences in the rates of penetration of such creosotes into...
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