Deductions from the Gaseous Theory of Solution


FROM the gaseous theory of solution, Prof. Orme Masson has concluded (see NATURE of February 12, p. 345) that there must be some temperature above which two mutually soluble bodies will be infinitely soluble in each other. This, no doubt, is a fact, and it may be interesting to show that precisely the same conclusion can be drawn from the hydrate theory of solution.

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PICKERING, S. Deductions from the Gaseous Theory of Solution. Nature 43, 488–489 (1891) doi:10.1038/043488b0

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