M. ANDRÉ MARCELIN, in a recent paper (Annales de Physique, vol. 4, p. 459, 1925) referred to in NATURE of February 13, p. 247, states that the relation between the surface pressure F and area A is, with certain films, of the form of Boyle's law, FA = kT; but he states that k is much smaller than the universal gas constant.
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ADAM, N., JESSOP, G. The “Gas Laws” in Surface Solutions. Nature 117, 484–485 (1926). https://doi.org/10.1038/117484a0
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