The diffusion of gases through liquids and allied experiments . c=i.43 and the final constants Vq = o.ooJ2 C.c./day, or io^*fi: = o.46 Thus the mica support has not changed the erratic behavior in the flotationin this vessel, in which the constants have fallen in about 90 days fromio^°K = 3.4, an enormously high value, to lo^V-= 0.46, an abnormally low-value, as compared with the usual result of about 10^^^ = 0.9. All attemptto interpret this exceptional record has remained futile, but it induced usto discard the double-tube apparatus in most of the experiments below, asbeing not only much mor

The diffusion of gases through liquids and allied experiments . c=i.43 and the final constants Vq = o.ooJ2 C.c./day, or io^*fi: = o.46 Thus the mica support has not changed the erratic behavior in the flotationin this vessel, in which the constants have fallen in about 90 days fromio^°K = 3.4, an enormously high value, to lo^V-= 0.46, an abnormally low-value, as compared with the usual result of about 10^^^ = 0.9. All attemptto interpret this exceptional record has remained futile, but it induced usto discard the double-tube apparatus in most of the experiments below, asbeing not only much mor Stock Photo
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The diffusion of gases through liquids and allied experiments . c=i.43 and the final constants Vq = o.ooJ2 C.c./day, or io^*fi: = o.46 Thus the mica support has not changed the erratic behavior in the flotationin this vessel, in which the constants have fallen in about 90 days fromio^°K = 3.4, an enormously high value, to lo^V-= 0.46, an abnormally low-value, as compared with the usual result of about 10^^^ = 0.9. All attemptto interpret this exceptional record has remained futile, but it induced usto discard the double-tube apparatus in most of the experiments below, asbeing not only much more difficult to manipulate, but (for some occultreason) liable to be untrustworthy in its indications, even after long lapsesof time within which equilibrium conditions would certainly have appeared. 41. Diffusion of Air into Air Through Water; Further Experiments.— The peculiar behavior of air in the diftusions of §39 made it necessary to install a series of further experiments in which the diraen- J^ TtfMtJpf^—7«~~~<r—s^ sions of the swimmer were. if-iii 4epL50 Qci C suitably varied. Thedouble-tube apparatus //, after the work for whichit was destined had beencompleted, was also ad-justed for air diffusion. In addi-tion to this, there are results forthe difiusion of air through waterto be made in connection witheach of the vessels in which air isto diffuse through solutions, inorder that suitable standards may « ou 4- t, • i^^o ^f c-fo^^ in every case be available. Fig. 19, A, B, c.—Chart showing loss of stand- - ard volumes of gas in diver in lapse of days. In tables 18 and 19 two similarDiffusion of air through water. ^j^^^.^ ^^^^^ introduced into a single-tube apparatus. They were both made exceptionally long, with a smallhead // and large diffusion column h--2h, the swimmers being 11 to 12cm. in length. The effect of this would naturally be to increase the solutiondiscrepancy. One diver was somewhat heavier than the other, the massesbeing about 15 and 23.5

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