Density of Heavy Water

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Abstract

THE density of heavy water was accurately determiner oy Stokland, Ronaess and Tronstad1 rature range 10–27°. Measurements fed to 50° by Chang and Chien2, and later by Wirtz3. Recently, we have further extended the measurement up to the boiling point of heavy water.

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    Chang, T. L., and Chien, J. Y., J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 63, 1709 (1941).

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CHANG, T., TUNG, L. Density of Heavy Water. Nature 163, 737 (1949) doi:10.1038/163737a0

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