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An ammonia‐oxygen diffusion flame has been studied spectroscopically in the infrared region using a flat diffusion flame of the kind described by Wolfhard and Parker. The emissions of OH, NH 3 , and H 2 O and the absorptions of NH 3 and H 2 O have been studied as a function of position in the...
The radial distribution function of a fluid of rigid spheres has been calculated using IBM equipment by a Monte‐Carlo method which is valid only at relatively low densities. Up to the highest densities studied, 20 percent of closest packing, the radial distribution function agrees within the...
Some close analogies are found in the region 1500 to 600 cm —1 between the frequencies of a number of paraffins and their more polar analogs in which CH 3 groups are replaced by F, OH, or NH 2 groups. The great intensities of the infrared bands of the polar molecules have led to their...
The heat capacity of nitrogen trifluoride has been measured from 12° to 144°K. The heat of the transition at 56.62°K was found to be 361.8 cal/mole. The heat of fusion at the triple point temperature, 66.37°K, was found to be 95.1 cal/mole. The heat of vaporization at the normal boiling...
The proton magnetic resonance lines during the transition of the supercooled variety of 2,3‐dimethylbutane to the normal state have been investigated. An increase in rotational characteristics is followed by an exponential decrease in peak height of the resonance line. This is interpreted in...
An investigation has been made of the mercury—6( 3 P 1 )—photosensitized decomposition of ammonia at room temperature, under both flow and static conditions. Nitrogen and hydrogen were produced in the static experiments; hydrazine was an additional product in the flow experiments. The quantum...
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