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Why do some liquid metals have anomalously-high surface tension/heat of vaporization ratios?
In a didactic article, Victor Weisskopf estimated the size of molecules in a liquid from measurements of their surface tension and heat of vaporization. If atoms are exceedingly small, then only a ...
Jan 26 '13 at 1:20
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