The Liquid State


THE twenty-eighth Guthrie Lecture of the Physical Society was delivered last April by Dr. J. H. Hildebrand, professor of inorganic chemistry in the University of California. He had chosen for his subject “The Liquid State”. Prof. Hildebrand is one of the greatest authorities on the physical and chemical properties of solutions, and it is only natural that his vast knowledge and experience in this field have enabled him to tackle the difficult problem of the constitution of liquids on new and promising lines.

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MENDELSSOHN, K. The Liquid State. Nature 154, 227–229 (1944) doi:10.1038/154227a0

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