Abstract

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The Rate of Flow of Hydrogen Through Quartz Glass has been measured over the range of 300°C. to 900°C. Some measurements were also made with Nitrogen and Argon. A perceptible diffusion starts with hydrogen at about 300°C. and with the nitrogen at 600°C., and then in each case increases rapidly with the temperature.

A brief discussion is given on the Possible Nature of the Flow of gases through fused silica.

© 1922 Optical Society of America

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  1. Phil. Mag.,  22, p. 704; 1911.
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  2. E. C. Mayer, Phys. Rev.,  6, p. 283, 1915; H. Wüstner, Ann. d. Phys.,  46, p. 1095, 1915.
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1915 (1)

E. C. Mayer, Phys. Rev.,  6, p. 283, 1915; H. Wüstner, Ann. d. Phys.,  46, p. 1095, 1915.
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1911 (1)

Phil. Mag.,  22, p. 704; 1911.
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Mayer, E. C.

E. C. Mayer, Phys. Rev.,  6, p. 283, 1915; H. Wüstner, Ann. d. Phys.,  46, p. 1095, 1915.
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Phil. Mag. (1)

Phil. Mag.,  22, p. 704; 1911.
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Phys. Rev. (1)

E. C. Mayer, Phys. Rev.,  6, p. 283, 1915; H. Wüstner, Ann. d. Phys.,  46, p. 1095, 1915.
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Figures (3)

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Apparatus

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Rate of Flow of Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Argon

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Change of Gas Surrounding the Tube