## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1891 |

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**ratio**measures the**ratio**of the mean free time to the mean paired time of the ions . ] This is , of course , equivalent to supposing a certain fixed fraction of the whole number of molecules to be active , as far as statical effects ...Page 116

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**ratio**. Trouton ( 1.c. p . 5 ) increases the theoretical vapour - density of formic acid in the**ratio**2 · 68 : 1 · 62 , and that of acetic acid in the**ratio**3.19 : 2.08 , for the calculation of his constant . If the molecular weights ...Page 235

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**ratio**of the increment of strain to the increment of pressure as ultimately becoming infinitesimally small , but it in no way implies that this**ratio**ever becomes absolutely zero . În a solid bar , supposed perfectly elastic , exposed ...### Contents

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