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A study of the infrared absorption spectra of acetone containing water revealed an associational band in the region 2.7μ. This band was studied for concentrations of water varying from 0.5 percent to 70 percent by weight. The intensity of the associational band increased with the water content...
In this paper we apply the statistical‐mechanical method which has only recently been developed for reaction rates to three new groups of reactions. These are the reactions of I 2 , Cl and Br with the various kinds of hydrogen molecules. In the first type (I 2 +H 2 →2HI) symmetry properties...
The absorption spectra of H 2 O and H 2 S in the region below 1600A have been found to consist of various electronic series accompanied by comparatively little vibrational structure. The electronic series conform fairly well to Rydberg formulas the limits of which give 12.56±0.02 and 10.42±0.01...
A variational method has been used in the study of the 1 s σ 2 p σ 3 Σ u 1 s σ 2 p σ 3 Σ u state of H 2 . Two independent computations with formally different functions gave, for a nuclear separation of 1.5 a H , energies which agreed to within 0.03 ev and functions with a...
A three‐dimensional model molecular assemblage has been constructed permitting a determination of the relative frequency of occurrence of the varying intermolecular distances. The model simulates the expansive effect of temperature. A good approximation is obtained to the distribution of...
The decomposition of ethylamine has been reinvestigated in the light of criticism of earlier work. The reaction has been shown to occur by a bimolecular no volume change decomposition into symmetrical diethylhydrazine and hydrogen followed by the decomposition of the hydrazine by a chain...
The decomposition of diethyl ether has been investigated with considerable accuracy at pressures up to 260 atmospheres at 426°C. The results confirm the previous approximate values found by Steacie and Solomon. The rate of the reaction is still increasing at the highest pressures investigated....
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