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The more exact dissociation theory of Part II, is applied to eighteen different gases and vapors, ranging in molecular weight from H 2 to Xe. Interaction energies per molecule in clusters formed during condensation of the saturated vapors are found as functions of temperature. From the...
The heat capacity of solid and liquid formic acid has been measured from 15 to 300°K. The melting point is 281.40°K (0°C=273.10°K). The heat of fusion is 3031 cal. mole ‐1 and the heat of vaporization at 298.10°K is 4754 cal. mole ‐1 . (1 mole=46.0260 grams.) The vapor pressure at...
Line absorption spectra of thirteen sulfate and selenate chrome alums have been measured at 15–20°K. Pronounced differences in the spectra are attributed to structural differences in the crystals and are related to the size of the anions and the univalent cations. Anomalous behavior on change...
The theory of the preceding papers is generalized and the notation simplified. A cluster of molecules in a stable phase surrounded by an unstable phase is itself unstable until a critical size is reached, though for statistical reasons a distribution of such clusters may exist. Beyond the...
The Thiele semi‐invariants γ 1 , γ 2 and γ 3 of a binary solid solution are calculated with the assumption that there are second‐neighbor interactions as well as first‐neighbor interactions. The results give a decrease of the critical temperature T c at which the superlattice sets in, an...
The differential diffusion constant for calcium chloride in aqueous solution has been measured for concentrations ranging from 0.0025 to 0.5 mole per liter and for temperatures from 15° to 35°C. The relation connecting the diffusion constant at a finite concentration with that at infinite...
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