A Theory of the Interdependence of Surface Tension and Viscosity in the Liquid State.
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NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LAB ANNAPOLIS MD
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A linear equation which describes the interdependence of surface tension and viscosity in the liquid state has been derived theoretically. The resulting relationship has been successfully tested with existing experimental data by determining the molecular surface areas of some alkanes, alkylbenzenes, and halogenated benzenes. The molecular area and structure of naphthalene, cyclopentane, borazole, and three borohydrides have been determined to demonstrate the applicability of the derived equations. Author
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