1908
DOI: 10.1021/ja01946a006 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Should it be desired to determine experimentally all of the Factors (,z. e . , (1 aiid a') of the above equation (IV), the following method may be employed: The apparatus is first filled with dry air. After adjusting the mercury drop, the volume of the contained dry air, the temperature of the bath ( t ) and the barometric pressure ($) are read. small measured quantity of water is then run in aiid the new volunie ( 1 8 ) is read. From the data obtained, the aqueous pressure ( u ) is calculated. =\fter i ' , … Show more

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