This research has for its general object to inquire into the physical condition of substances in near-saturated aqueous solution. The subject was attacked by means of experiments at different temperatures on the apparent specific volume in solution; by which is meant, the volume of that amount of solution which contains one gram of the solute, minus the natural volume of the water contained therein. This quantity is always somewhat less than the volume of the solid solute.
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Weld, LeRoy D.
"On the Existence of a Minimum Volume in Solution,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 20(1), 288-288.
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