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C. ( 2) ) . B. Hydroquinone Clathrates (1) The Binary System Hydroquinone-Rare Gas Figure 3 gives the P-T-x diagram for the binary system hydroquinone-argon arid shows that at ordinary temperatures the three- J. H. VAN DER WAALS AND J. C. 0 ya 07 05 03 02 01 0 PO 40 60 80 loo izo 140 160 180 zoo PZO rmw,oc Fig. 3. P-T-x diagram of the system hydroquinone - argon; x = mole fraction of hydroquinone, Y A = fraction of cavities filled by argon ( y A = 3(1-x)/2). The pressures of the triple points A and B of the a and B modifications of hydroquinone have been exaggerated in order t o make these points visible.
11. ny-Electron Systems . . A. Polarizability, . . . . . . B. London Forces . . . . . . 111. Experimental Intermolecular Energies . IV. Intramolecular Applications . . . . A . Saturated Hydrocarbons . . . . B. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons, . . . C. Halogens. . . . . . . . V. Anisotropic Effects. . . . . . A. Polarizability. . . . . . . B. London Forces . . . . . . References . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 . . . . . . . . 61 61 64 .