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Magnetic Properties of Organic Vapours

Naturevolume 134page812 (1934) | Download Citation

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VERY little work has so far been done on the magnetic susceptibilities of organic vapours. Vaidya-nathan's1 experiments indicate that in the case of some liquids, such as benzene, carbon disulphide, pentane and hexane, there is considerable divergence between the liquid and vapour values. Sivarama-krishnan's2 careful measurements by a new method3 developed in this laboratory also gave a similar result in the case of benzene (a molar susceptibility of 79.6 × 106 for the vapour and 54.6 × 106 for the liquid).

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    Ind. J. Phys., 2, 135; 1927.

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    Annamalai Univ. J., 3, 48; 1934.

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    Proc. Phys. Soc., 46, 318; 1934.

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    Current Science, 2, 475; 1934.

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    NATURE, 134, 101, July 21, 1934.

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  1. Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, S. India

    • S. RAMACHANDRA RAO
    •  & P. S. VARADACHARI

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