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Some Measurements of Gaseous Diffusion

Nature volume 113, pages 711712 (17 May 1924) | Download Citation

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IN view of the theoretical significance of the diffusion through one another of monatomic gases and diatomic gases, particularly when the diffusing gas is greatly diluted, it seems desirable to develop experimental methods for the quantitative study of this subject. Convenient examples are afforded by mercury and iodine vapours in their diffusion through gases of the helium group and through nitrogen at ordinary temperatures.

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