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Viscosity of Light Hydrogen Gas and Deuterium between 293° K. and 14° K

Nature volume 142, pages 793794 (29 October 1938) | Download Citation

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IN connexion with previous systematic investigations1 on the viscosity of gases at low temperatures, we have studied hydrogen and deuterium gas. As is well known, such investigation is interesting in connexion with the theoretical calculations made respectively by Uehling2 and Massey and Mohr3.

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  1. Physical Laboratory, University, Louvain. Aug. 19.

    • A. VAN ITTERBEEK
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