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The Specific Heat of Ammonia

Henry A. Babcock
Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Vol. 55, No. 8 (Oct., 1920), pp. 325-409
DOI: 10.2307/20025806
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20025806
Page Count: 85
Subjects: History Language & Literature
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This item contains 17 references.

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  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia," Keyes and Brownlee. John Wiley and Sons. (1916)
    • Frederick G. Keyes, Amer. Soc. of Refrig. Eng. Jour., 1, 9 (1914).
  • 2
    Keyes and Babcock, Amer. Chem. Soc. Jour., p. 1524, 392, (1917).
  • 3
    "Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia," Keyes and Brownlee. John Wiley and Sons. (1916), p. 29.
  • 8
    "Measurement of High Temperatures," Burgess and Le Chatelier. John Wiley and Sons. (1912), p. 202.
  • 9
    Dickinson and Mueller, Bull. Bur. of Standards, 3 (1907), p. 641.
  • 10
    Leeds and Northrup Bulletin, no. 806.
  • 11
    Leeds and Northrup Bulletin, no. 228.
  • 15
    Reference 3, p.
  • 16
    Reference (3) p. 5. Modification of Eq. 10.
  • 17
    Reference (3) p. 24. Eq. 34.
  • 18
    Reference (3) p. 20. Eq. 33.
  • 19
    Reference (3) p. 13. Eq. 30.
  • 21
    Reference (3) p. 15.
  • 22
    Osborne & Van Dusen, Bull. Bur. of Standards, 14, p. 397.
  • 23
    Dieterici, Zeit. f. d. Gesamte Kalte-Industrie. (1904), pp. 21, 47.
  • 24
    Landolt & Bornstein, Physikalisch-Chemische Tabellen, 1905 Edition
  • 25
    Osborne & Van Dusen, Bull. Bur. of Standards, 14, p. 397.