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I—On a Method of determining Vapour Densities at High Temperatures, and on a new form of Quartz Manometer

  • G. E. Gibson

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All methods of vapour density determination hitherto in use, in which quartz or glass manometers are employed, suffer from the disadvantage that the highest temperature attainable is about 750° C.

It is, however, possible to overcome this difficulty whenever the substance under investigation has a considerable vapour pressure below 750° C.

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page 1 note * Starck and Bodenstein (Zeit. f. Elektrochem., vol. xvi. p. 161, 1910) describe a method similar to mine. I was unaware of the existence of this paper until mine was ready for publication.

page 2 note * “Owing to an unfortunate misunderstanding, this method was not clearly referred to in my paper (Trans. Chem. Soc., 1911, vol. xcix. p. 1066) as having been devised by Dr G. E. Gibson.—C. G. Jackson”

page 2 note ‡ This is an improved form of a manometer which was described in the thesis presented by the author for the degree of Ph.D. at Breslau in July 1911.

I—On a Method of determining Vapour Densities at High Temperatures, and on a new form of Quartz Manometer

  • G. E. Gibson

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