The Physical Chemistry of the Metals

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J. Wiley & sons, Incorporated, 1919 - Chemistry, Physical and theoretical - 239 pages
 

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Page 6 - For compressible flow this becomes: where y is the ratio of the specific heat at constant pressure to that at constant volume...
Page 135 - According to this plan, the definition of the chemical "individual" is as follows: The INDIVIDUALS of any reacting system are the separate chemical substances, UNDECOMPOSED IN THE REACTIONS CONCERNED, which are necessary to construct the system. The number of such individuals to be chosen is the smallest number necessary to construct the system. 1 See for example "The Phase Rule
Page 43 - The vapor pressure of the solution .being lower than that of the pure solvent, the boiling point, that is, the temperature at which the vapor pressure is equal to atmospheric, is accordingly higher.
Page 7 - Boiling point may be denned as the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid is equal to the pressure of the atmosphere resting upon its surface.
Page 168 - Boudouard 6 determined the composition of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide mixtures that are in equilibrium with carbon at atmospheric pressure and at different temperatures. His observations and thermodynamic calculations gave 2 per cent. CO at 450 C., 68 per cent. CO at 700 C., 97 per cent. CO at 925 C. and 99 per cent. CO at 1000 C. Above 1000 C. there is only a slight trace of CO 2 in the gaseous phase.
Page 167 - PQ passes during its decomposition. If we carry the reaction entirely to the end the complete transformation into carbon dioxide is reached when the gas pressure has become half of the original pressure. The form of this reaction path is indicated; the partial pressure of the still present monoxide in the decomposing gas p stands in the following relation to the original pressure PQ and the observed total pressure P: then the observed difference from the original pressure represents the double difference...
Page 157 - If one value of K has been determined experimentally we can, with the help of this equation, arrive at the value of K for every other temperature. From this the per cent of decomposed water vapor (X) can be calculated at every other gas...

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