Definition of Fugacities

1. Noun. (plural of fugacity) ¹



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Definition of Fugacities

1. fugacity [n] - See also: fugacity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fugacities

fuenzalidaite
fuero
fueros
fuff
fuffed
fuffier
fuffiest
fuffing
fuffs
fuffy
fufu
fug
fugacious
fugaciously
fugaciousness
fugacities (current term)
fugacity
fugacy
fugal
fugally
fugato
fugatos
fugged
fuggedaboudit
fuggedaboutit
fuggier
fuggiest
fuggily
fugging

Literary usage of Fugacities

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1. An Introduction to the Principles of Physical Chemistry from the Standpoint by Edward Wight Washburn (1921)
"In any given phase the fugacities (XIV, 1) of all the molecular species will be determined as soon as the fugacities of c such species are determined and ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"In order to obtain AF for the decomposition of liquid formic acid it is necessary to know the ratio of the fugacities of HCOOH in a solution of i mol to ..."

3. Electrochemistry by Heinrich Danneel (1907)
"The actual force which causes the salt to dissolve is equal to the difference between the two fugacities and is therefore smaller the more concentrated the ..."

4. Tribune Essays: Leading Articles Contributed to the New York Tribune from by Charles Taber Congdon (1869)
"1, his fugacities and hidings. Hence, all this perspiration, this exertion, and even this Sabbath-breaking, was labor lost. Because if Boy No. ..."

5. The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and Its Territory by Philip P. Betancourt (2006)
"In comparing the predictions of the Nathan and Van Kirk equations with an analyzed set of 975 glasses produced at known temperatures and oxygen fugacities, ..."

6. Abstracts of the Eighth International Conference on Geochronology by Marvin A. Lanphere, G. Brent Dalrymple, Brent D. Turrin, Geological Survey (U.S.) (1994)
"... at oxygen fugacities from 2 log units below to 2 log units above the FMQ buffer curve. The results confirm the high solubility of phosphorus in basaltic ..."

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