Two Modifications of Liquid Nitrobenzene


THE changes of dielectric constant and density of liquid nitrobenzene with temperature, studied by one of us (J. M.) and described in communications to NATURE, suggest that at 9.5° the liquid undergoes an energy transformation analogous to that found for liquid helium by M. Wolfke and W. H. Keesom,1 and for liquid ethyl ether by M. Wolfke and J. Mazur.2

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    Comm. Leiden, 190b.

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    NATURE, 126, 684, Nov. 1, 1930 ; C.R. Sci. Soc. Polon. de Physique, 5, 3; 1931.

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WOLFKE, M., MAZUR, J. Two Modifications of Liquid Nitrobenzene. Nature 127, 741–742 (1931).

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