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ON THE CONDUCTIVITY OF AN 0.01 D AQUEOUS POTASSIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONMARSH KN.1980; J. SOLUT. CHEM.; ISSN 0095-9782; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 9; NO 10; PP. 805-807; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

A GENERAL METHOD FOR CALCULATING THE EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGY FROM ISOTHERMAL VAPOUR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA.MARSH KN.1977; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 8; PP. 719-724; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

EXCESS SECOND VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS FOR NITROMETHANE AND CYCLOHEXANE AT 373.2 K AND NITROETHANE AND CYCLOHEXANE AT 298.25, 323.16, AND 348.38 KMARSH KN; ROGERS HPD.1983; INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY FUNDAMENTALS; ISSN 0196-4313; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 22; NO 1; PP. 1-4; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

EXCESS VOLUMES FOR ETHANOL+WATER MIXTURES AT 10-K INTERVALS FROM 278.15 TO 338.15 KMARSH KN; RICHARDS AE.1980; AUST. J. CHEM.; ISSN 0004-9425; AUS; DA. 1980; VOL. 33; NO 10; PP. 2121-2132; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

AN ISOTHERMAL DISPLACEMENT CALORIMETER FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF THE ENTHALPY OF SOLUTION OF GASESBATTINO R; MARSH KN.1980; AUST. J. CHEM.; ISSN 0004-9425; AUS; DA. 1980; VOL. 33; NO 9; PP. 1997-2003; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

ISOTHERMAL COMPRESSIBILITIES OF LIQUID MIXTURES. COMPARISON WITH THEORY.EWING MB; MARSH KN.1978; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1978; VOL. 10; NO 3; PP. 267-273; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

A NEW APPARATUS FOR MEASURING THE VAPOUR PRESSURE OF LIQUID MIXTURES. EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGY OF OCTAMETHYLCYCLOTETRASILOXANE+CYCLOHEXANE AT 308.15 K.TOMLINS RP; MARSH KN.1976; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 8; NO 12; PP. 1185-1194; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

EXCESS FUNCTIONS FOR CYCLOHEXANE+CYCLOHEPTANE AND CYCLOHEPTANE+CYCLOOCTANEEWING MB; MARSH KN.1974; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1974; VOL. 6; NO 11; PP. 1087-1096; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGIES, EXCESS ENTHALPIES, AND EXCESS VOLUMES FOR 2,3-DIMETHYLBUTANE+CYCLOOCTANEEWING MB; MARSH KN.1973; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1973; VOL. 5; NO 5; PP. 651-657; BIBL. 14 REF.Serial Issue

ISOTHERMAL COMPRESSIBILITIES OF CYCLOPENTANE+CYCLO-OCTANE AND +OCTAMETHYLCYCLOTETRASILOXANE AT 298.15 K.EWING MB; MARSH KN.1977; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 4; PP. 371-374; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

THERMODYNAMICS OF MIXTURES OF 2,3-DIMETHYLBUTANE+CYCLOALKANES: A COMPARISON WITH THEORY.EWING MB; MARSH KN.1977; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 4; PP. 357-370; BIBL. 29 REF.Article

EXCESS VOLUMES FOR ALCOHOLS+NON-POLAR SOLVENTS. I. ETHANOL+CYCLOHEXANE, +N-HEXANE, +BENZENE, +CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, +CYCLOPENTANE, AND +P-XYLENEMARSH KN; BURFITT C.1975; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 7; NO 10; PP. 955-968; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGIES, EXCESS ENTHALPIES, AND EXCESS VOLUMES FOR MIXTURES OF CYCLOPENTANE +2,3-DIMETHYLBUTANEEWING MB; MARSH KN.1973; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1973; VOL. 5; NO 5; PP. 659-664; BIBL. 10 REF.Serial Issue

SOLUTIONS OF NONELECTROLYTESSTOKES RH; MARSH KN.1972; ANNU. REV. PHYS. CHEM.; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; VOL. 23; PP. 65-92; BIBL. 6 P. 1/2Serial Issue

A DIFFERENTIAL BURNETT APPARATUS: VIRIAL COEFFICIENTS FOR ARGON AND NEOPENTANE AT VARIOUS TEMPERATURESEWING MB; MARSH KN.1979; J. CHEM. THERMODYN.; ISSN 0021-9614; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 11; NO 8; PP. 793-810; BIBL. 32 REF.Article

EXCESS VOLUMES OF CYCLOPENTANE+CARBON DISULPHIDE, ETHANOL+CARBON DISULPHIDE, AND ETHANOL+2,3-DIMETHYLBUTANE AT 298.15 K.MARSH KN; ALLAN WA.1977; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 11; PP. 1109-1110; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON ACCURACY IN MEASUREMENTCALI JP; MARSH KN.1983; PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY; ISSN 0033-4545; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 55; NO 6; PP. 908-930Article

THERMODYNAMICS OF CYCLOALKANE+CYCLOALKANE MIXTURES: COMPARISON WITH THEORY.EWING MB; MARSH KN.1977; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 9; NO 9; PP. 863-871; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

A STEPWISE DILUTION TECHNIQUE FOR MEASURING THE STATIC DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF LIQUID MIXTURES. DIELECTRIC BEHAVIOUR OF ETHANOL IN CYCLOHEXANE, N-HEXANE, CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, BENZENE, P-XYLENE, AND CARBON DISULPHIDE.STOKES RH; MARSH KN.1976; J. CHEM. THERMODYNAM.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 8; NO 8; PP. 709-723; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

A DIFFERENTIAL BURNETT APPARATUS. = UN APPAREIL DE BURNETT DIFFERENTIELEWING MB; MARSH KN.sdIN: 4EME CONF. INT. THERMODYN. CHIM.; MONTPELLIER; 1975; S.L.; DA. S.D.; VOL. 9; PP. 128-133; BIBL. 3 REF.Conference Paper

AN APPARATUS FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF IRRIAL COEFFICIENTS OF PURE GASES AND GAS MIXTURES. = UN APPAREIL DE MESURE DES COEFFICIENTS VIRIELS DES GAZ PURS ET DES MELANGES DE GAZEWING MB; MARSH KN.sdIN: 4EME CONF. INT. THERMODYN. CHIM., MONTPELLIER; 1975; S.L.; DA. S.D.; VOL. 8; PP. 87Conference Paper

THE GAS-LIQUID CRITICAL PROPERTIES OF ALKANE MIXTURES: CYCLOALKANES+N-ALKANES AND CYCLOALKANES+BRANCHED ALKANES.MARSH KN; YOUNG CL.1977; AUSTRAL. J. CHEM.; AUSTRAL.; DA. 1977; VOL. 30; NO 10; PP. 2103-2106; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

EXCESS ENTHALPIES, EXCESS VOLUMES, AND EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGIES FOR (N-HEXANE+N-UNDECANE) AT 298.15 AND 308.15 KMARSH KN; OTT JB; RICHARDS AE et al.1980; J. CHEM. THERMODYN.; ISSN 0021-9614; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 12; NO 9; PP. 897-902; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

EXCESS ENTHALPIES, EXCESS VOLUMES, AND EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGIES FOR BENZENE+P-XYLENE AT 288.15, 298.15, 308.15, AND 318.15KOTT JB; MARSH KN; STOKES RH et al.1980; J. CHEM. THERMODYN.; ISSN 0021-9614; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 12; NO 5; PP. 493-503; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

EXCESS ENTHALPIES, EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGIES, AND EXCESS VOLUMES FOR (CYCLOHEXANE+N-HEXANE), AND EXCESS GIBBS FREE ENERGIES AND EXCESS VOLUMES FOR (CYCLOHEXANE+METHYLCYCLOHEXANE) AT 298.15 AND 300.15 KOTT JB; MARSH KN; STOKES RH et al.1980; J. CHEM. THERMODYN.; ISSN 0021-9614; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 12; NO 12; PP. 1139-1148; BIBL. 29 REF.Article

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