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2o6 A SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Intra-red absorption bands to ultra-violet

bands, relation of. Quantum theory and atomic heat of

90, 116, 133.

solids. Chap.

— radiation and reaction velocity. See

Thermal reactions.

the law of mass action, 150

III. (p. 50).

— — — — structure, 97 seq.

— chemical affinity, 145 seq.

heat of reaction (Haber's rela-

seq.

lonisation potential, 99, 127 seq., 130.

Iron, atomic heat of, 70.

Lead, atomic heat of, 67.

Limiting frequency of the spectrum, 128.

Line spectra of hydrogen, 99 seq.

Lithium atom, Bohr's theory of the, no.

Magneton and structure of the atom,

118 seq.

Mass action and probability, law of, 5.

Maxwell's law. See Distribution law.

Mechanics, statistical. Sec Statistical.

" "

Melting-point formula of Lindemann,

Photochemical equivalent, Einstein's

law of the, 134 seq.

— reactions, 134 seq.

Photo-electric effect; Einstein's expression,

102, 126, 182.

" selective," 131 seq.

the " normal," 123 seq., 182.

Planck's constant, " h," 36 seq., 102.

numerical value of, 44, 45.

— later quantum hypothesis, 48 seq., 184.

Potassium bromide, (half)-molecular heat

.

tion), 154 seq.

theorem of Nernst, Chap.

VII.

molecular heat of gases. Chap.

IV., also Appendix III.

optical absorption, 90, 116,

133photochemical

reactions, 134

seq.

the photo-electric effect, 126

seq.

thermal reactions, 138 seq.

58 seq.

Mercurous chloride, molecular heat of,

78.

Molecular heat. See Heat.

— velocities and temperature, 10.

Moseley's relation, 120.

Nickel, atomic heat of, 70.

Nitrogen, molecular heat of, 82, 197.

' "

Nucleus of an atom, 96 seq.

Number of molecules in one gram-mole-

. cule. See Avogadro constant.

Oscillator. See Resonator.

Oxygen, infra-red bands Radiation and classical statistical mechanics,

31 seq.

— Bohr's theory of the mechanism of

absorption and emission of, 97 seq.

— formula of Planck, 39 seq., 41 seq.,

178,

of, 82.

— molecular heat of, 82.

181.

Rayleigh and of Jeans, 33, 46,

176.

Residual rays (Reststrahlen), 56 seq.

Resonance potential, 129 seq.

Resonator, average energy of a, 38 seq.,

45, 48, 177 seq., 181.

Resonators, 35.

Rotation compounded with vibration in a

molecule, 81, 82, 199.

— , energy of, 18, 21 seq., 80 seq., 194.

Rydberg constant, Bohr's calculation of

the, 100.

Scattering of a and ^ particles, 96.

Selective photo-electric effect. See Photo-

electric effect.

Silver, atomic heat of, 67, 70, 74.

— chloride, molecular heat of, 78.

Sodium chloride, (half)-molecular heat of,

68, 77.

Spectra of the elements, high-frequency, .

120 seq.

Spectrum, limiting frequency in the, 128.

Standard state, 11 seq.

Statistical mechanics, i seq.

of, 69.

— chloride, (half)-molecular

heat of, 64,

68, 77.

'

" Precessional vibration, 23, 91 seq.,

also Appendix IIL

Probability, 4 seq.

— thermodynamic, 10 seq.

Quantum in different spectral regions,

size of, 47.

— theory, Chap.

pendix

IL, p. 35, also Ap-

II.

Stefan's law, 39, 43.

Sulphur dioxide (gas),

infra-red and ultraviolet

absorption bands of, 90.

molecular heat of, 83.

Thermal reactions, application of the

quantum theory to. 138 seq., 171.

Thermodynamic probability. See Probability,

thermodynamic.

Threshold-frequency (photo-electric effect),

124.

Tin, atomic heat of, 70.

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