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The usual calculation of the electrical capacity of the double layer from ζ‐potentials is in error because (1) the electrogravitational plane of the outer charge is not at a distance 1/ k and (2) the inner charge is not in the ζ‐potential plane. An equation is derived which makes allowance...
The root mean square lengths of trans‐, cis‐, and random rubber‐like hydrocarbon molecules are calculated. These results are compared with the maximum possible lengths of the trans‐ and cis‐ varieties and interpreted from the point of view of recent theories of rubber elasticity. It is...
It has been shown that the condition of equality of gas and burning velocities, required for stabilization of a flame above a burner, is established near the rim of the orifice or an obstruction within the stream by the effects of friction and inhibition of the explosive reaction. This condition...
The electron affinity of chlorine has been determined to be 85.84±1.0 kcal./mole by measureing the ratio of ions to electrons leaving a hot tungsten surface in contact with a low pressure of gas containing chlorine atoms. Both Cl 2 and SnCl 4 were used as carrier gases.
Earlier experiments with 15 strong electrolytes have been extended to 38 and there continues to be a striking correspondence between the rate of variation of the partial molal ionic volume with concentration and the rate of variation of water structure as crudely indicated by the x‐ray...
An empirical rule for calculating the frequencies of isotopic groups in molecules is proposed and experimental evidence for it reported.
The most probable distributions of molecular sizes are calculated for certain types of branched‐chain polymers. The results represent an extension of the previous work of Flory, who showed that very large polymeric molecules appear suddenly at a critical extent of reaction, which is predicted...
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