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Forces between Unlike Molecules and the Properties of Gaseous Mixtures
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18.B. N. Srivastava and M. P. Madan, Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) A66, 277 (1953), have recently made approximate calculations of this type for the two parameter Lennard‐Jones (12‐6) potential. They found that the accuracy of the experimental data was such as to justify neglect of the temperature dependence of the factor containing the quantities S and Q in the theoretical expression for for practical purposes. However, some error was probably introduced into their values of the potential parameters because of their use of Chapman and Cowling’s first approximation for
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