The Change of Density of Nitrobenzene with Temperature

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IN connexion with the study of the dielectric constant of nitrobenzene as a function of temperature,1 I have measured the density of nitrobenzene in the temperature interval between 5.6° C. and 30° C., using the method described by H. Kamerlingh Onnes and J. D. A. Boks.2

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    NATURE, 126, 993; Dec. 27, 1930; and C. R. Sci. Soc. Polon. de Physique, 5, 3; 1931.

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    Comm. Leiden, No. 170b.

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    NATURE, 127, 270; Feb. 21, 1931; and C. R. Sci. Soc. Polon. de Physique, 5, 4; 1931.

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    Landolt and Börnstein, "Tabellen"

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MAZUR, J. The Change of Density of Nitrobenzene with Temperature. Nature 127, 893–894 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127893b0

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