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The absolute intensities of the chief infra‐red absorption bands of carbon dioxide, methane, and ethane have been determined experimentally to be (in cycles per centimeter at N.T.P.): Carbondioxide Methane Ethane 670 cm − 1 band : 560 × 1 0 10 1306 cm − 1 band : 450 × 1 0 10 820 cm − 1...
The relation between entropy and enthalpy of solution for a series of non‐polar solutes in a given non‐polar solvent is discussed. It is considered that solution of a gaseous solute, without changing its concentration on going from gas phase to liquid solution phase, does not change its own...
Previous papers by the authors having suggested that the diffusion of active particles (chiefly hydrogen atoms) from the flame front is the controlling factor in combustion in Bunsen‐type burners, an equation for burning velocity based on such a concept is derived. This equation shows that the...
The influence of continuous association of one component on the free energy of a non‐electrolyte solution is derived from a few assumptions. The result is in accord with available data for hydrocarbon‐alcohol solutions. Systems of two associating components and the general interpretation of...
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