The Molecular Fields of Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Neon

J. E. Lennard-Jones, W. R. Cook
1926 Proceedings of the Royal Society A  
The sum of the squares of the distances of the experimental points from the theoretical curves for n = 9, 11, 1 4 | and oo were in the ratios 52 : 54 : 98 : 570. 'j* The sum of the squares in this case for n -9, 11, 14J and oo were in the ratios 15 : 42 : 64 : 343, with the same unit of measurement as used above for neon and hydrogen. on July 20, 2018 http://rspa.royalsocietypublishing.org/ Downloaded from * Compare the corresponding attractive force constants for nitrogen in Table V above, f '
more » ... Table V above, f ' Ann. d. A general formula for S, which represents the effect of the attractive field, has not been worked out and so it is not as yet possible to determine the attractive force constants from viscosity data. * 6 Roy. Soc. Proc.,' A, vol. 106, pp. 461 and 477 (1914) ; the first of these sets of results is to be supplemented with the values An = 3 -9 2 .10~88 and <rM = 5 -3 5 . 10~8 for n = ID in the second set <rn = 7 -0 5 3 . 10~8 and not 7 -5 3 0 .10~8 as printed for n = 9. on July 20, 2018 http://rspa.royalsocietypublishing.org/ Downloaded from * ' Roy. Soc. Proc.,' A, vol. 109, p. 476 (1925) . t The fact that these attractive force constants depend on the law of force assumed for the repulsive field is immaterial. It does not affect the relative orders of magnitude. on July 20, 2018 http://rspa.royalsocietypublishing.org/ Downloaded from
doi:10.1098/rspa.1926.0106 fatcat:6iucvihgjfclzgvlgtvykda6te