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The rate of reaction of molecular oxygen with tungsten was measured from 2000° to 3300°K at pressures from 0.11 to 11.5 torr. High gas‐phase mass transfer coefficients were obtained by impinging a high‐velocity gas jet on the sample. A maximum reaction rate was observed at each O 2...
A 180° magnetic‐field electron velocity analyzer described in an earlier paper has been used to clarify the vibrational fine structure in the molecular photoelectron spectra which helium resonance line photons ( hv =21.21 eV) excite in carbon dioxide, carbon oxysulfide, carbon disulfide, and...
The infrared spectra of nitroethylene‐ d 0 and 1‐nitroethylene‐ d 1 have been obtained in the vapor phase over the range 4000–70 cm −1 . All fundamental frequencies have been observed and the NO 2 torsion was located at 103 and 95 cm −1 for the d 0 and d 1 isotopes, respectively. The...
The solid‐state analogs of the Debye—Hückel potential of mean force and activity coefficient have been calculated numerically for defects interacting with Coulomb forces in sodium chloride. An approximate formula for this potential of mean force derived previously is accurate to 1% for...
The effect of hindered internal rotation on the dielectric relaxation in a liquid whose molecules contain two polar groups of equal size with a common rotation axis is calculated for twofold symmetric cosine and parabolic potential barriers. The dielectric properties are calculated from the...
Sound absorption and velocity measurements have been made in pure SO 2 and mixtures of 25% and 50% Ar with SO 2 at room temperature, 400°, and 500°K. The results confirm earlier reports of a multiple relaxation process. The data have been fit with both series and parallel relaxation curves and...
Solvent‐dependent variations of 2 J HF , cis 3 J HF , and trans 3 J HF have been observed in trifluoroethylene and vinyl fluoride. These data, in conjunction with previous observations, indicate that orientation of the solute dipole strongly affects the solvent dependence of geminal coupling...
Dielectric constant and loss measurements have been made at frequencies from 5 to 225 MHz. These are in the range to characterize the relaxation in the intermediate solid phase of HBr from the 89°K λ transition to 98° K and, together with earlier data, the relaxation in HI from the 70°K...
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