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CHEMISTRY AND THE ATOMIC THEORY
n MOLECULAR AGITATION
in THE BROWNIAN MOVEMENTEMULSIONS
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absolute actinium argon atomic weight Avogadro's Avogadro's hypothesis Avogadro's number becomes bromine Brownian movement calculated calories carbon centres chemical chlorine constant containing corpuscles cubic centimetre cules density diameter diffusion displacements droplets Einstein electric element elementary charge emitted emulsion equal equation equilibrium fact fluid formula free path gamboge gaseous gases given gives grains gramme atom gramme molecule helium hydrogen atom impact instance ionisation ions isotopes kathode rays kilometres per second kind kinetic large number layer light liquid magnitude mass matter mean measurements methane metres micron microscope millimetre mixture mole molecular agitation moreover nucleus number of molecules observed obtained oscillation oxygen particles polonium positive possible pressure probable produced projectiles properties proportional radiation radioactive radium Raoult's laws ratio reaction result simple substances solution specific heat spheres spherule sugar suppose surface temperature theory tion uranium varies velocity verified viscosity volume wave length whole number