By T. Schneider
(Imperial collage Press) Discusses experimental proof for classical serious habit, proof for quantum severe homes, and implications. to be used in a graduate direction.
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Roy. Soc. , Ser. A 196, 113 (1949); 200,566 (1950); 210,557 (1952); 219, 490 (1953); 226, 394 (1954); 232, 537 (1955). 3* 1 2 E. E. ROPER: J. S. ROWLINSON: The Prop3rties of Real Gases. Sect. 20. in which the vapour is confined to a calibrated gas-burette. In some of their measurements it was shown that absorption was not affecting the results by inserting glass-wool into the burette, thus changing its surface-volume ratio. A recent attempt to use the expansion method of BURNETT at low pressures has shown that it has no advantages over conventional methods!.
FRANCIS and M. L. MCGLASHAN: J. Chern. Phys. 20, 1341 (1952); crosses, S. D. HAMANN and W. J. McMANAMEY: J. Chern. Phys. 20, 1341 (1952). are unfortunately restricted to one temperature. S. D. HAMANN, J. F. PEARSE and their colleagues 3 used another differential method, again with nitrogen as the balancing gas, in an apparatus which was similar in principle to that of MICHELS. It is reported to be free from trouble due to absorption as long as the gas is not close to its condensation point. J. D.
2) The curvature in Fig. 24e is ( 88T2G)' p = 2 - (85) fiT p' (21·3) which, as shown in Fig. 24i, is also infinite at the critical point. The heat content and the entropy behave similarly. The following derivatives are all infinite: = Cp ( ~) 8T p T ' (3·16); (3. 19) The infinity in Cp is shown in (j) and (k). The isothermal Joule-Thomson coefficient, q;, becomes infinite with Cp , but the adiabatic coefficient, fl' remams finite. The usual expression for this coefficient, Eq. _- cp 1 See footnote 1, p.
A Phase Transition Approach to High Temperature Superconductivity: Universal Properties of Cuprate Superconductors by T. Schneider