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30, p. 335. 1908-
SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



35 TABLE

THE EQUIVALENT CONDUCTIVITY OF SALTS, ACIDS AND BASES IN

AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.



Substance.


C c


Equivalent conductance at the following C temperatures.


18


25


50


75


100


128


156


218


281


306


Barium nitrate . . .


O


116.9


_





_


385


_


600


840


II2O


1300


tt . tt


2


109.7


-








352





536


7i5


828


824


" "...


10


IOI.O











322





481


618


658


615


tt it


40


88.7


-


_


-


280


-


412


57


53


448


" "...


80


81.6


-


-


-


258


-


372


449


430




it it


IOO


79.1











249












Potassium sulphate .





132-8


-


-


-


455


-


715


1065


1460


1725


"


2


124.8


-








402


-


605


806


893


867


" " . .


IO


115.7


-


-


-


365


-


537


672


687


637


ii it




104.2


-


-


-




455


545

.6-


A A%


466

tr>f\


ft it


80
so

IOO


97-2
95-o


_


. _


_


286


4*5


402


440


39


Hydrochloric acid .


o


379-o


-


-


-


850! -


1085


1265


1380


1424


" " . .


2


373-6











826 - 1048


I2I 7


X 33 2


'337


" "


IO


368.1


_


_





807


- 1016


1168


1226


1162


" " . .


80


353-o


-


-


-


762


-


946


1044


1046


862


ii ii


IOO


35-6





_





754


_


929


1006






Nitric acid .... o


377-o


421.0 570 706


826


945 ! 1047 (1230)


-


(1380)


" . . . . 2


371-2


413.7 559 690 806


919 1012 1166





1156


" .... 10




406.0 548


676 786


893 978








" " 5


353-7


393-3 528


649 750


845


917








" .... IOO


346.4


385.0 516


6 3 2


728


817


880








454*


Sulphuric acid ... o


383-0


(429) (590


(746)


891 (1041)


1176


1505


-


(2030)


"... 2


353-9


390.8 501


561


571 551


536


563





637


"... 10


309.0


337.0 406 435


446 j 460


481


533






"... 50


253-5


273-0 323 35 6


384 i 417


448


502






' . . . IOO


233-3


251.2 300 336


369


404


435


483


-


474*


( 2

Potassium hydrogen \
sulphate ...},

Phosphoric acid . . i o


455-3
295-5
263.7

338.3


506.0
318.3
283.1
376


661.0 754
374.4 403

329-1 354
510 631


784
422

375
73


773
446
402


754
477
435
93








" "


2


283.1


3 TI -9


401 464


498


508


489








" "


' 10


203.0


222.0


273 ; 3


308


298


2/4








" " . .


50


I 2 7


132.6


157.8 \ 1 68.6


168


158


142








ti


IOO


96-5


104.0 122.7 ! 129.9


128 I 120


108








Acetic acid ....





(347-0)


-


-


(773)! -


(980)


("65)


-


(1268)


" "


IO


14.50





-





25-1 -


22.2


14.7






if it


3


8.50











14.7 1 -


13.0


8-65






tt (i


80


5.22





_





9-5 ~


8.00


5-34






it ii


IOO


4-67


_


_


_


8.10! -


4.82 -


1.57


Sodium hydroxide .





., '

216.5




-


-


594 - 835


1060






" '


2


212. 1





-







814






. . 1 20


205.8


-


559


771 930




it i

Barium hydroxide


50



200.6
222


256 389


- 540 - 738 873
(520) 645 (760) 847






' . . . 2


215


359


4


59 1








' ... j 10


207


235 342


449


548 664 722








' . . . 50


Igl.I


215.1 308


399


478


549 i 593








"... IOO


iSo.I


204.2 291 373 443


503 i 53i








f o
Ammonium hydrox-j 10


(238)
9-66


(271)


(404)


(526) (647)
- 23.2


(764)


(908)
22.3


(1141)
15.6





(1406)


ide . . 1


IO


c 66


mm






17 6














IOO


3 .io


3-62 5-35 6.70,


1 j.U

7-47


-


7.17


4.82


-


i-33



* These values are at the concentration 80.0.



SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



TABLE 423.



351

THE EQUIVALENT CONDUCTIVITY OF SOME ADDITIONAL SALTS IN

AQUEOUS SOLUTION.

Conditions similar to those of the preceding table except that the atomic weights for 1908 were used.



Substance.


Concen-


Equivalent conductance at the following C temperature.




tration.





18


*5


5


75


100


.280


i 5 6P


Potassium nitrate . . .





80.8


126.3


I45- 1


219


299


384


485


580


.


2


78.6


122.5


140.7


212.7


289.9


370.3


460.7


55 1


Potassium oxalate . . .


12.5

5

IOO



75-3
70.7
67.2
79-4


II7.2
109.7
104.5


134-9
126.3
120.3
M7.5


202.9
189.5
180.2
230


276.4

257-4
244.1
322


351.5

326.1

308.5
419


435-4
402.9

379-5


520.4
476.1

447-3
653


. . .


2


74-9


119.9


139.2 215.9


300.2


389.3


489.1


587


.


I2. 5


69.3 1 1 1. 1


129.2


199.1


275-1


354.1


438.8




. . .


50


63


101


116.5


178.6


244.9


312.2


383-8


449-5


.


IOO


59-3


94.6


109.5


167


227.5


288.9


353-2


4097


Calcium nitrate . . .


200
O


55-8
70.4


II2.7


102.3
130.6


'55

202


210.9
282


265.1

369


321.9
474


372.1

575


.' '. !


2
I2. 5

5


66.5
61.6
55-6


I07.I


H4.J

IO2.6


191.9
176.2
157.2


266.7

244
216.2


346.5

314.6
276.8


438.4
394-5
343


529.8

473-7
405.1


.


IOO


51-9


82.6


95.8


146.1


199.9


255-5


3'S-i


369-1


Potassium ferrocyanide .


2OO



48.3
98.4


76.7
159.6


88.8
185-5


2^' 4


184.7
403


234.4
527


288


334-7


it if


"5


91.6





171.1












" "


2.


84.8


137


158.9


243.8


335.2


427.6






.


I2 -5


71


II3-4


131.6


2OO.3


271


340






a


50


58.2


93-7


108.6


163.3


219.5


272.4






.


IOO


53


84.9


98.4


I48.I


198.1


245






"


200


48.8


77-8


90.1


'35-7


180.6


222.3






.


400


45-4


72.1


83.3


124.8


1657


203.1






Barium ferrocyanide . .
Calcium ferrocyanide .


O
2
I2. 5
O


46.9


150

4^.8
146


176
86.2
56.5
171


277
127.5
83.1
271


393
166.2
107
386


521

202.3

129.8
512






" "


2


47.1


75.5


86.2


130










.


I2 -5


31.2


49-9


57-4












"




24.1


38.5


44-4


64.6


81.9








" .* ;


IOO
2OO


21.0

2O.6


35-1
32-9


40.2
37-8


58.4

55


m


84.3

77-5






u


4OO


20.2


32-2




54


67.5


76.2






Potassium citrate . . .





76.4


124.6


144-5


228


320


420






" ...


o-5





1 20. i














n


2

5


67.6


"5-4
109.9


134.5
128.2


2IO.I
198.7


293.8
276.5


381-2
357-2






" "...


I2 -5


62.9


101.8


118.7


183.6


254.2


326






" ...


50


54-4


87.8


1 02. i


157-5


215-5


273






" ...


IOO


50.2


80.8


93-9


143-7


196.5


247-5






" "...


300


43-5


69.8




I2 3-5


167


209.5






Lanthanum nitrate . .


O




122.7


142.6


223


3*3




534


651


" " . .


2


68.9


1 1 0.8


128.9


200.5


279.8


363-5




549


"


I2 -5


61.4


98.5


114.4


176.7


243-4


311.2


353.4


447-8


" "


5


54


86.1


99-7


'5 2 -5


207.6


261.4


3I5-8


357-7


it


IOO

200


49.9
46


79-4
72.1


91.8
83-5


139-5
126.4


189.1

170.2


236.7

210.8


282.5
249.6


316.3
276.2



From the investigations of Noyes and Johnston, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 31, p. 287, 1909.
SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



35 2 TABLES 424, 425.

CONDUCTANCE OF IONS. - HYDROLYSIS OF AMMONIUM ACETATE.

TABLE 424. -The Equivalent Conductance of the Separate Ions.



Ion.





18


25


50


75


100


128


156


K. .


4O 4


646


74. c


lie


I CQ


206


263


-117


Na


40.4
26


47. c


50.9


82


116


155


203


249


NH 4


40. 2


64. S


74. c


115


159


207


26^


319


Ac


-12 Q


C4.-2


03.5


IOI


143


1 88


24?


299


Ba . . .


77


55 2


65


1 04


149


200


767


122


*Ca


10


Si'


66


08


142


191


252


312


Jla


TC


61


72


119


173


2^C,


312


388


Cl


4I.I


65.5


7C.C,


116


160


207


264


3l8


NO 8


4O.4


61.7


70.6


104


140


178


222


263


C 2 H 8 2 ....
SO 4


20.3

41


34-6
68 2


40.8
70


6 7

I2C.


96

177


I 3

274


171
7Q-?


211

77O


*C 2 4
|C 6 H 6 7 ....
}Fe(CN) 6 ....

H


39
36

58

240


63 2
60

95

?I4


73
70
in

5 CQ


s

"3

i73

465


u
'63

161

244

565


213

214

3 2I

644


275
722


336

777


OH . .


IOC


172


102


o">
204


j^j
760


4-10


C2C


CQ2





















From Johnson, Journ. Amer. Chem. Soc., 31, p. 1010, 1909.



TABLE 425. Hydrolysis of Ammonium Acetate and lonlzatlon of Water.



Temperature.


Percentage
hydrolysis.


lonization constant
of water.


Hydrogen-ion concen-
tration in pure water.
Equivalents per liter.


t


I00 h


K w Xio"


C H Xio'





-


0.089


0.30


18


(0-35)


0.46


0.68


25


-


0.82


0.91


IOO


4.8


48.


6.9


156


18.6


223.


14.9


218


52-7


461.


21.5


306


9i-5


168.


13.0



Noyes, Kato, Kanolt, Sosman, No. 63 Publ. Carnegie Inst., Washington.
SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



TABLES 426, 427. 353

DIELECTRIC STRENGTH.

TABLE 426. Steady Potential Difference in Volts required to produce a Spark In Air with Ball Electrodes.



Spark
length,
cm.


J? = o.
Points.


/e = o.25

cm.


/? = o. 5

cm.


K=i cm.


R = 2 cm.


R 3 cm.


*-.

Plates.


O.O2


_


_


1560


1530








0.04


-


-


2460


2430


2340






0.06


-





33


3240


3060






0.08








4050


3990


3810






O.I
O.2


3720
4680


5010
8610


4740
8490


4560
8490


4560
8370


4500
7770


4350
7590


o-3


S3 10


III4O


11460


11340


III90


10560


10650


0.4
0.5

0.6


5970
6300
6840


14040

IS990
17130


14310
16950
19740


14340
17220
20070


14250
16650
20070


13140
16470
19380


16320
I9IIO


0.8


8070


18960


23790


24780


25830


26220


24960


I.O


8670


20670


26190


27810


29850


32760


30840


i-5


9960


22770


29970


37260








2.0


10140


2 t57


33060


45480








3-


11250


28380












4.0


I22IO


29580












5.0


13050















Based on the results of Bailie, Bichat-Blondot, Freyburg, Liebig, Macfarlane, Orgler, Paschen, Quincke, de la Rue,
Wolff. For spark lengths from i to 200 wave-lengths of sodium light, see Earhart, Phys. Rev. 15, p. 163; Hobbs,
Phil. Mag. 10, p. 607, 1905.



TABLE 427, Alternating Current Potentials required to produce a Spark in Air with various Ball Elec-
trodes.

The potentials given are the maxima of the alternating waves used. Frequency, 33 cycles per

second.



Spark length.
cm.


K=i cm.


R = i .92


...


.-


R =10


,-


0.08


3770












.10


4400


4380


433


4290


4245


4230


IS


5990


5940




5790


5800


57o


.20


75 10


7440


734


7250


7320


733


25


9045


8970


8850


8710


8760


8760


0.30


10480


10400


10270


10130


IOl8o


10150


35


11980


11890


11670


11570


Il6lO


11590


.40


13360


13300


13100


12930


12980


12970


45


14770


14700


14400


14290


I 433


14320


50


16140


16070


15890


15640


15690


15690


0.6


18700


18730


18550


18300


18350


18400


7


21 35


21380


21140


20980


20990


2IOOO


.8
0.9


23820
26190


24070
26640


23740
26400


23490
26130


23540
26110


23550
26090


I.O


28380


29170


28950


28770


28680


28610


1.2
1.4


32400


34100
38850


33790
38850


38580


33640
38620


33620
3580


1.6


38750


43400


43570


43250


43520




1.8


40900


-


48300


47900






2.0


42950






52400







Based upon the results of Kawalski, Phil. Mag. 18, p. 699, 1909.



SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



354 TABLES 428. 429.

DIELECTRIC STRENGTH.

TABLE 428. Potential Necessary to produce a Spark In Air between more widely Separated Electrodes.






I,


Steady potentials.





t

< c


i Steady potentials.





S


Ball electrodes.


Cup electrodes.


.c

to

c


(/. 3


Ball electrodes.


JJ


s

li






^


if








Projection.






EL

C/3


2 s


R=i cm.


R-=2.scm.




&


3 c


R.= i cm.


R=2.scm.















4.5 mm.


i. 5 mm.










-3


_


_


_


_


II280


6.0


61000


_


86830


o-5


_


17610


17620


-


17420


7.0


-


52000




0.7


-


-


23050


-


22950


8.0


67000


52400


9O2OO


I.O
1.2


I2OOO


30240
33800


31390
36810


31400


31260
36700


IO.O
12.0


73000
82600


74300


9 ! 93
933oo


!-5





37930


443 10


-


445 10


14.0


92000





94400


2.0


292OO


42320


56000


56500


56530


I 5 .0








94700


2-5

3-o


40000


45000
46710


65180
71200


80400


68720
81140


1 6.0

2O.O


IOIOOO

119000


~


IOIOOO


3-5







753





92400


25.0


140600






4.0


48500


49100


78600


IOI700


103800


30.0


165700






4-5








81540





114600


35-o


190900






S-o


56500


50310


83800


-


126500










5-5










135700











This table for longer spark lengths contains the results of Voege, Ann. der Phys. 14, 1904, using alternating current
it" electrodes, and the results with steady potential found in the recent very careful work of C. Miit-



and "dull point

ler, Ann. d. Phys. 28, p. 585, 1909.




The specially constructed elec-
trodes lor the columns headed
" cup electrodes " had the form of
a projecting knob 3 cm. in diame-
ter and having a height of 4.5 mm.
and 1.5 mm. respectively, attached
to the plane face of the electrodes.
These electrodes give a very satis-
?en the
voltage
iroughout the range studied.



<3cm.> V ihese electrodes give a very s
J factory linear relation between
I spark lengths and the volt
' throughout the range studied.



TABLE 429, - Effect of the Pressure of the Gas on the Dielectric Strength.

Voltages are given for different spark lengths /.



Pressure,
cm. Hg.


7=0.04


/=o.o6


7=o.o8


7=0.10


7=0.20


l=o 30


7=0.40


7=0.50


2


_


_


_


_


744


939


IIIO


1266


4


-


483


567


648


1015


'35


1645


J 9i5


6





582


690


795


1290


1740


2140


2 55


10





771


933


1090


1840


245


3015


358o


15


-


IO6O


1280


1490


2460


3300


4080


4850


2 5


IIIO


1420


1725


2040


35o


4800


6000


7120


35
45


1375
1640


1820
2150


222O
2660


2615
3120


455
5475


.6270
7650


7870

9620


9340
11420


55


1820


2420


3025


36*0


6375


8950


11290


'3455


65


2040


2720


3400


4060


7245


I02IO


12950


15470


75


2255


3035


3805


4565


8200


II570


14650


1745



This table is based upon the results of Orgler, 1899. See this paper for work on other gases (or Landolt-Bornstein-
Meyerhoffer).

For long spark lengths in various gases see Voege, Electrotechn. Z. 28, 1907. For dielectric strength of air and CO 2
in cylindrical air condensers, see Wien, Ann. d. Phys. 29, p. 679, 1909.

SMITHSONIAN TABLES,



TABLES 430, 431.
DIELECTRIC STRENGTH.

TABLE 430. Dielectric Strength of Materials.
Potential necessary for puncture expressed in kilovolts per centimeter thickness of the dielectric.



Substance.


Kilovolts
per cm,


Substance.


l

2*
*


Substance.


Kilovolts
per cm.


Ebonite ....


300-1100


Oils : Thickness.




Papers :




Empire cloth . .


80-300


Castor 0.2 mm.


190


Beeswaxed . .


770


paper . .
Fibre .


45
20


I.O "

Cottonseed


130

*7O


Blotting . . .


ISO


Fuller board . .


200-300


Lard 0.2 "


/ U
140


iVl 3.11 1 1 1 3 . . .

Paraffined . .


2 S
500


Glass
Granite (fused)


300-1500
90


1.0 "

Linseed, raw 0.2 "


40
'85


Varnished . .
Paraffine :


100-250


Guttapercha . . .


80-200


I.O "


9


Melted . . .


75


Impregnated jute .


20


boiled 0.2


190


Melt, point.




Leatheroid . . .
Linen, varnished .


30-60

100-200


" I.O "

Lubricating


80
5


Solid 43
47


350
400


Liquid air ...


40-90


Neatsfoot 0.2 "


200


52


230


Mica : Thickness.




1.0 "


9


70


450


Madras o.i mm.


1600


Olive 0.2 "


170


Presspaper . . .


45-75


1.0 "


300


I.O "


75


Rubber ....


160-500


Bengal o.i "


22OO


Paraffin 0.2 "


215


Vaseline. . . .


90-130


1.0 "


700


1.0 "


160


Thickness.




Canada o.i "


1500


Sperm, mineral 0.2 "


1 80


Xylenc 0.2 mm.


140


" 1.0 "


500


1.0 "


85


1.0 "


80


South America .


I5OO


" natural 0.2 "


'95






Micanite . . .


400


I.O "


90










Turpentine 0.2 "


160










1.0 "


no







TABLE 431. Potentials in Volts to Produce a Spark In Kerosene.





Electrodes Balls of Diam. d.


Spark length.




mm.












0.5 cm.


i cm.


2 cm.


3 cm.


0.1


3800


3400


2750


2200


.2


7500


6450


4800


3500


3


10250


9450


7450


4600


4


11750


10750


9100


5600


i


I305
14000


12400

!355


IIOOO

12250


8250


.8


15500


15100


13850


10450


I.O


16750


16400


15250


12350



Determinations of the dielectric strength of the same substance by different observers do not agree well For a dis-
cussion of the sources of error see Mos'cicki, Electrotechn. Z. 25, 1904.

For more detailed information on the dependence of the sparking distance in oils as a function of the nature of the
electrodes, see Edmondson, Phys. Review 6, p. 65, 1898.

SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



356 TABLES 432, 433.

DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS.

TABLE 432. - Dielectric Constant (Specific Inductive Capacity) of Gases.
Atmospheric Pressure.

Wave-lengths of the measuring current greater than 10000 cm.



Gas.


Temp.

c


Dielectric constant
referred to


Authority.


Vacuum=i


Air=i


Air

M




20


100

o





o




ICO

o
o



o








145


1.000590
1.000586

1.00718

1.00290
1.00239

1.000946
1.000985

I.000600
1.000695

I.OOI3I
1.00146

1.00258

1.000264
1 .000264

1.000944
1.000953

I.OOII6
1.00099

1.00993
1.00905

1.00705


I.OOOOOO
I.OOOOOO

1 .00659

1.00231
1.00180

1.000356

1.000399

I.OOOIOO

1.000109

1.00072
1.00087

1.00199

0.999674
0.999678

1.000354

1.000367

1.00057

1.00041

1.00934
1.00846

1 .00646


Boltzmann, 1875.
KlemenCiC, 1885.

Badeker, 1901.

KlemenCic".
Badeker.

Boltzmann.
KlemenCic".

Boltzmann.
KlemenCiC.

Boltzmann.
KlemenCic".

Badeker.

Boltzmann.
KlemenclC.

Boltzmann.
KlemenCiC.

Boltzmann.
KlemenCiC.

Badeker.
KlemenCic'.

Badeker.


Ammonia .


Carbon bisulphide . . .

Carbon dioxide ....



Carbon monoxide ....




Ethylene




Hydrochloric acid . . .
Hydrogen




Methane




Nitrous oxide (N 2 O) . .

(4

Sulphur dioxide ....
<


Water vapor, 4 atmospheres



TABLE 433, Variation of the Dielectric Constant with the Temperature.

For variation with the pressure see next table.

If Z>0 = the dielectric constant at the temperature 6 C., Dt at the tempera-
ture / C., and a and are quantities given in the following table, then



D 9 = Dt [i a(/ 0) + 0(/
The temperature coefficients are due to Badeker.



Gas.


a


/3


Range of
temp. C.


Ammonia . .


5-45 X io-


2.59 X icr 7


10 no


Sulphur dioxide


6.19 X lo- 6


i. 86XIQ-7


IIO


Water vapor .


1.4X10-*


-


US



The dielectric constant of air at atmospheric pressure but with varying tem-
perature may also be calculated from the fact that D i is approximately pro-
portional to the density.
SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



TABLES 434, 435,

DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS (continued).
TABLE 434. Change of the Dielectric Constant of Oases with the Pressure.



357



Gas.


Temper-
ature, C.


Pressure
atmos.


Dielectric
constant.


Authority.


Air


19

II

15

15


2O
40
60
80
IOO
2O


60

so

IOO

120
I4O

160
180

10
20
40
IO

20

40


I.OIOS

1.0218

1.0330
1.0439
1.0548
I.OIOI
1.0196
1.0294
1.0387
1.0482

1-0579
1.0674
1.0760
1.0845
1.008
1.020
1. 060
I.OIO
1.025
1.070


Tangl, 1907.


Occhialini, 1905.




it

<
Unde, 1895.











H


,


a


;;





M





M





It


Carbon dioxide . .

Nitrous oxide, NgO




TABLE 435. Dielectric Constants of Liquids.
A wave-length greater than 10000 centimeters is denoted by oo .



Substance .


Temp.


Wave-
length,
cm.


Dielectric
constant.


o .


Substance.


Temp.


Wave-
length,
cm.


Dielectric
constant.


j*


Alcohol :










Alcohol :










Amyl . . .


frozen


00


2.4


I


Methyl . .


50


00


45-3




' ...


IOO


"


30.1


I


" . .


o


"


35-




' ...


50


"


23.0


I


"...


+ 20


"


31.2




' ...


O


"


17.4


I


"...


17


75


33-2




,


+ 20

18


200


1 6.0
10.8


I

2


Propyl . .


120
60


oo


46.2
33-7




' ...


18


73


4-7


2


"...


O


"


24.8




Ethyl . . .


frozen


oo


2.7




"...


+ 20


"


22.2




" ...


1 2O


1C


54.6




"...


15


75


12.7


2


" ...


80


"


44-3




Acetone . . .


80


00


33-8


5


it


40






35-3
28.4




" '.'.',


O
15


I2OO


2O.6
' 21.85


1



(i


+20
17


200


25.8
24.4


2


Acetic acid


17

18


73

00


20.7

97


I


" ...




75


23.0


2


" " . .


'5


I2OO


10.3


6


M


"


53


2O.6


3


" "


17


2OO


7.07


2





tt


4


8.8


3


" "


19


75


6.29


2





f*


0.4


5-0


4


Amyl acetate .




00


4.81


9


Methyl' .' .'


frozen
IOO


00


58.0


i


Amylene . .






2. 2O


10



References on page 358.



SMITHSONIAN TABLES.



TABLE 435 (continued}.
DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS OF LIQUIDS.

A wave-length greater than 10000 centimeters is designated by oo



Substance.


Temp.


Wave-
length
cm.


Diel.
const.




~ >,


Substance.


Temp.


Wave-
length
cm.


Diel.
const.


"5 >*

!a.~














(frozen)








Aniline ....


18


00


7-3 l6


||


Nitrobenzol . . .


10


00


9-9


I


Benzol (benzene) .


18


"


2.288


"


.


-5


"


42.0


"


" "


19


73


2.26


2


.


o


"


41.0


"


Bromine ....


2 3


84


3.18


12


.


+*s


"


37-8


"


Carbon bisulphide


20
17


oo
73


2.626
2.64


13
2


. . .


30

18


y


36.45


II


Chloroform . . .


18


00


5-2


II


" ...


17


73


34-o


2


" ...


17


73


4-95


2


Octane ....


17


00


1.949


16


Decane .... 14


00


1.97


IO


Oils:










Decylene . . . 17




2.24





Almond . . .


20


00


2.83


18


Ethyl ether . . 80


00


7-05


5


Castor ....


ii


14


4-67


19


". . . . : 40




5-67





Colza ....


20


"


3- 11


20









4.68


u


Cottonseed . .


14


M


3.10


21


(4


18




4.368


ii


Lemon ....


21


*


2.25


22


44 41


20




4-30


13


Linseed


13


"


3-35


21


44 4


60




3-65




Neatsfoot . . .


-


U


3.02


2O


" "...


100




3.12


"


Olive ....


20


"


3-n


23


44 44


140


M


2.66


"


Peanut . . . . ! 11.4


"


3-3


21


44 44


180


44


2.12


<


Petroleum . .


_


2OOO


2-13


24




Crit.








Petroleum ether


20


oo


1.92


2O


44 44


temp.


||




.


Rape seed . .


16


"


2.85


21




192




1 53




Sesame . . .


134





3.02


M


Formic acid . .

44 <

Glycerine . . .


18

+2
(frozen)

II

15


83

73
1 200

73

1200


4-35
19.0

62.0
58.5
56.2


14

2

6

2

6


Sperm ....
Turpentine . .
Vaseline . . .
Phenol ....
Toluene . . .


20
20

Js

4-i6


44

73

00
(I


* 17
2.23
2.17
9.68

2-5 1
2.T.T,


20

25
2

5


**


15


2OO


39.1


2





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