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" If the stray field of a molecule, that is of a complex of these atomic systems, be unsymmetrical, the surface layer of fluids and solids, which are close-packed states of matter, must differ from the interior mass in the orientation of the axes of the... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society. Section A, Mathematical and Physical Science - Page 634
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1912
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United ..., Volume 11

National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) - 1925
...matter, must differ from the interior mass in the orientation of the axes of the fields with respect surface of a pure substance having all the molecules...in the same way instead of purely in random ways. Langmuir describes the effect of a base upon a monomolecular film of oleic acid on the surface of water....
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1924 - 638 pages
...these atomic systems, be unsymmetrical, the surface layer of fluids and solids, which are close-packed states of matter, must differ from the interior mass...would be the polarisation of the surface, and the surface of two different fluids would attract or repel one another according to the sign of their surfaces....
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The Theory and Application of Colloidal Behavior: Contributed by ..., Volume 1

Robert Herman Bogue - 1924 - 488 pages
...these atomic systems, be unsymmetrical, the surface layer of fluids and solids, which are close-packed states of matter, must differ from the interior mass...of purely in random ways. The result would be the polarization of the surface, and the surface of two different fluids would attract or repel one another...
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Science, Volume 59

John Michels (Journalist) - 1924
...matter, must differ from the interior mass in the orientation of the axes of the fields with respect surface of a pure substance having all the molecules...the same way instead of purely in random ways. The effect of a base upon a film of oleie acid is described by Langmuir (Chem. and Met. Eng., 15, 468 (1916))...
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Surface Equilibria of Biological and Organic Colloids

Pierre Lecomte du Noüy - 1926 - 212 pages
...1912. In the following paragraph he alludes to it in a general way. (Proc. Roy. Soc. 86 A. p. 634). "If the stray field of a molecule, that is, of a complex...the molecules oriented in the same way, instead of in purely random ways." "Lecomte du Noiiy, J. Exp. Med. 1922, XXXV, p. 707; and CR Ac. 1922, CLXXIV,...
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Colloid Chemistry, Theoretical and Applied: Theory and methods

Jerome Alexander - 1926
...are close packed states of matter, must differ from the interior mass in the orientation of the axis of the fields with respect to the normal to the surface,...in the same way instead of purely in random ways." In a later paper 3 he adds : "The surface film must therefore have a characteristic molecular architecture....
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An Introduction to Surface Chemistry

Sir Eric Keightley Rideal - 1926 - 480 pages
...these atomic systems, be unsymmetrical, the surface layer of fluids and solids, which are close-packed states of matter, must differ from the interior mass...would be the polarisation of the surface, and the surface of two different fluids would attract or repel one another according to the sign of their surfaces."...
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Colloid Symposium Monograph, Volume 2

Joseph Howard Mathews, Harry Nicholls Holmes, Harry Boyer Weiser - 1925
...described in the following references: /. Am. Chan. Soc.. 39, 1848 (1917): Chun. Met Eng., 16, 468 (1916). matter, must differ from the interior mass in the...of purely in random ways. The result would be the polarization of the surface, and the surface of two different fluids would attract or repel one another...
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Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 39, Part 1

American Chemical Society - 1917 - 1748 pages
...to the normal* to the surface, and so form a skin on the surface of a pure substance having all of the molecules oriented in the same way instead of purely in random ways. The result would be the polarization of the surface, and the surfaces of two different fluids would attract or repel each other...
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