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Paramagnetic Resonance in Transition‐Metal Hexammine Complexes. I The Ni(II)(NH3)6 Complex Ion
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22.We should mention here the preliminary results of some recent heat capacity measurements by Dr. H. Steeple which were communicated to the authors by Dr. A. R. Bates. Dr. Steeple finds that for is about 82 °K and for it is 36 °K. If confirmed in Dr. Steeple’s subsequent experiments, the new results would allow some additional lattitude in our discussion.
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