THE value of the specific heat of carbon dioxide indicates a triangular molecule. Bjerrum (Deutsch. Phys. Ges., 16, 737, 1914) has made a study of this molecule and has decided that the atomic nuclei lie at the corners of an isosceles triangle the apex angle of which is either 145° or 40°.6. Dennison (Phil. Mag. (7), 1, 195, 1926) decides in favour of the… (More)
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