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Refractive Index and Dispersion of the Benzene‐Methanol System
1.S. E. Wood and C. H. Masland, 3rd, J. Chem. Phys. 32, 1385 (1960) this issue.
2.C. J. F. Bottcher, The Theory of Electric Polarization (Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam, 1952), p. 177.
3.Extensive experimental details are given in Sidney Langer, thesis, on file in the library of Illinois Institute of Technology.
4.A. G. Dorochewski, Zhur. Russ. Fiz. Chim. Obshchestra 43, 66 (1911).
5.The refractive indices of the three standard liquids used in the preceding paper were also determined with this instrument. However, the equations used to determine the angle of the prism and the conversion factor from arbitrary units to degrees from these measurements were not sensitive to the unknown quantities. Consequently, the angle of the prism was measured directly. Also, since the entire circle was graduated and each half‐degree interval of the circle was the same for that part of the circle which was calibrated, it was assumed that the uniformity of the divisions was the same in the entire circle and consequently each half‐degree interval was a true half‐degree.
6.The subscript 1 is used to represent benzene and the subscript 2 to represent methanol.
7.G. Scatchard and L. B. Ticknor, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 74, 3725 (1952).
8.B. Pesce and V. Evdokimoff, Gazz. chim. ital. 70, 723 (1940).
9.The subscript 3 is used to denote carbon tetrachloride.
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