O ver de contimiiteit van den gas- en vloeistofiocstand Academisch proefschrift

  title={O ver de contimiiteit van den gas- en vloeistofiocstand Academisch proefschrift},
  author={J. CLERK-MAXWELL},
THAT the same substance at the same temperature and pressure can exist in two very different states, as a liquid and as a gas, is a fact of the highest scientific importance, for it is only by the careful study of the difference between these two states, the conditions of the substance passing from one to the other, and the phenomena which occur at the surface which separates a liquid from its vapour, that we can expect to obtain a dynamical theory of liquids. A dynamical theory of “perfect… 
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