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Accumulation of gas in closed collodion sacs immersed in flowing tap water

Gross, P. L. K. and Kassel, Louis S. (1930) Accumulation of gas in closed collodion sacs immersed in flowing tap water. Science, 71 (1836). pp. 263-264. ISSN 0036-8075. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20200409-151539507

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Abstract

In Science for September 20, 1929, there appeared an article by Stacy R. Guild with the title given above. The essential experimental fact reported is that when a closed collodion sac containing water or an aqueous solution is immersed in running water under some circumstances a bubble of air will be slowly formed within the sac, and grow at a rate proportional to its own surface, while at other times a bubble already present will dwindle away.


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Official Citation:Accumulation of gas in closed collodion sacs immersed in flowing tap water. BY P. L. K. GROSS, LOUIS S. KASSEL. SCIENCE 07 MAR 1930: 263-264; doi: 10.1126/science.71.1836.263-a
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