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A relation of the form k = a N ( x A x B / d 2 ) ¾ + b k = a N ( x A x B ∕ d 2 ) 3 4 + b has been found to hold accurately for a large number of diatomic and simple polyatomic molecules in their ground states. (The average deviation of k calculated from k observed for seventy‐one cases is...
The pressure dependence of accommodation coefficients of gases on metals has been explained by assuming that the accommodation coefficient varies linearly with the fraction of the surface covered with adsorbed gas. It is further assumed that the accommodation coefficient has a negligibly small...
The films of n ‐heptane formed by adsorption on the surface of graphite between 25° and 40°C exhibit a first‐ and a second‐order phase transition. The first‐order transition occurs between the gaseous and liquid expanded phases. The second‐order transition occurs between the liquid...
The hybridization of s and p orbitals to give non‐tetrahedral orbitals is discussed. The results are applied to cyclic hydrocarbons. For cyclopentane the theory yields an H☒C☒H angle of 111° 1′, and for cyclobutane an H☒C☒H angle of 180°.
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