## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis., 1923 - Physics |

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It is the object of the present discussion to deduce the value of the second virial

coefficient , in the first place of a gas with

type , and then of a gas with

...

It is the object of the present discussion to deduce the value of the second virial

coefficient , in the first place of a gas with

**molecules**of a spherically symmetricaltype , and then of a gas with

**molecules**of a general type . In the very special case...

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Let the

the distances separating their centres . Then round each centre there is a field of

potential with respect to another

Let the

**molecules**bo such that they exert forces on each other depending only onthe distances separating their centres . Then round each centre there is a field of

potential with respect to another

**molecule**The instantaneous potential , x , at ...Page 259

Spherically Symmetrical

volume , this volume being very large compared with the

the potential throughout the vessel is uniform , the probability that at any instant ...

Spherically Symmetrical

**Molecules**. Imagine a single**molecule**in a vessel of unitvolume , this volume being very large compared with the

**molecular**field . Then ifthe potential throughout the vessel is uniform , the probability that at any instant ...

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### Contents

SIXTH SERIES | 1 |

JULY 1923 | 17 |

Mr B E Mourashkinsky on the Diffraction Pattern in a case | 29 |

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