Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Charles B. Hurd
The problem of temperature of the vapor over a boiling salt solution, has attracted a great deal of interest in the past, due partly to the conflicting data to be had and to the apparent paradox in the statement of Michael Faraday "that the temperature of the vapor over a boiling solution was the same as it would be over the boiling pure solvent."
Scott, Leo Wilson, "A Study of the Temperature of the Vapor above a Boiling Salt Solution" (1931). Honors Theses. 2176.