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The diffusion of gases through liquids and allied experiments . 5 ^t 21°, or4.83 grams in 100 grams of solution, 5.1 grams in 100 grams of water, thevapor pressure being 7r = 7r (i—0.010). The record of results is given in table 36 and fig. 31, and is throughoutreasonably regular, particularly after the weekly period of observationshas been installed. The diffusion constants are io = 0.00875 c.c./day or 10^ = 0.244.Vvhich is still far removed from water. T.BLE 36. -Air into air through BaClj solution (5.1 grams in 100 grams water). Single-tube vessel. Constants as in table 34. p^= 1-0435 at 2

The diffusion of gases through liquids and allied experiments . 5 ^t 21°, or4.83 grams in 100 grams of solution, 5.1 grams in 100 grams of water, thevapor pressure being 7r = 7r (i—0.010). The record of results is given in table 36 and fig. 31, and is throughoutreasonably regular, particularly after the weekly period of observationshas been installed. The diffusion constants are io = 0.00875 c.c./day or 10^ = 0.244.Vvhich is still far removed from water. T.BLE 36. -Air into air through BaClj solution (5.1 grams in 100 grams water). Single-tube vessel. Constants as in table 34. p^= 1-0435 at 2 Stock Photo
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The diffusion of gases through liquids and allied experiments . 5 ^t 21°, or4.83 grams in 100 grams of solution, 5.1 grams in 100 grams of water, thevapor pressure being 7r = 7r (i—0.010). The record of results is given in table 36 and fig. 31, and is throughoutreasonably regular, particularly after the weekly period of observationshas been installed. The diffusion constants are io = 0.00875 c.c./day or 10^ = 0.244.Vvhich is still far removed from water. T.BLE 36. -Air into air through BaClj solution (5.1 grams in 100 grams water). Single-tube vessel. Constants as in table 34. p^= 1-0435 at 21°. 1 Date. ; Barom-j eter. / H fo Date. Barom-eter. i H 1 Dec. 21. 76-57 017.5 63.39 3.248 Jan. 2. 76.87 07-9 60.07 3 074 23.. 76.75 i 17 3 61.70 3.164 3-- 73.98 18.0 60.14 - 3-077 26.. ! 77.o| 17 I 60.78 3.118 10. 77-35 17-5 58.58 3.002 28.. 1 75-50 17 I 60.94 3-126 17.. 76-54 17.2 57.16 2.931 30.. ; 75-74 •7 3 60.45 3 099 24.. 76.10 17.6 56.57 2.898 31.. 1 76.34 •7 b 60.37 3-092 31.. 76.17 17.6 55-74 2.855 Jan. I.. I 76.01 •7 » 60.32 3.088. )kt. ^ 26 51 Jan. 5 JO W Fig. 31.—Chart showing loss of standard volumes of gas in diver in lapse of dajs. Diffusion of air through BaCU solution. 56. Diffusion of .Wv into Air Through K0SO4 Solution.—This solutionis the first of the sulphates and is to be compared w4th sodic sulphate andpossibly with the alums. The solution of K2SO4 showed a density of p„ =1.065 at 23°, corresponding therefore to 8 grams of K2SO4 in 100 gramsof solution or 8.7 grams in 100 grams of water. The vapor pressure wastaken as 7r = 7r(i —0.017). The results are given in table 37 and fig. 32 a. A line drawn through the observations corresponds to the following slope:io = o.oi37 c.c./day or 10^ = 0.401The small effect is in keeping with the essentially dilute solution of a notvery soluble salt. 57. The Same, Continued.—This solution of K2SO4 v^-as diluted toabout one-half and the resulting density found to be 1.0315 at 19°, which isequivalen

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