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Thermodynamic properties of straight chain hydrocarbons adsorbed on alumina and nickel oxide-alumina gels
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Diamagnetic properties of adsorbed gases
For many years, the adsorption of gases and vapors by solids has been studied mainly by measuring the amount of adsorption as variant of pressure and temperature. Several theories of adsorption have been advanced, and ...
An investigation of the electrical conductivity of nickel and manganese oxides as a function of temperature and oxygen content
On the basis of their electrical conductivities solids may be divided into three classes: metals, insulators, and semiconductors. Metals at room temperature have a high electronic conductivity which decreases with increasing ...
An electrochemical study of some lead-polyphosphate systems
A method for the interpretation of irreversible polarographic waves is given. The complex Pb(P2O7)2 has been identified polarographically. The dissociation constant for the complex was found by polarographic and potentiometric ...