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What happens when these properties of figures come into conflict is not specified,
but should be possible to determine empirically. The principle of closure often
operates in the service of Pragnanz', for example, a circular figure with small
Figure 2 shows the variety of ice forms existing under appropriate conditions of
temperature and pressure. Ice IV, known only for heavy water, is metastable and
is not shown. Ice VII has a density of nearly 1.7 grams per cubic centimetre and ...
in 30 vol William Benton. by the liquids ether and water mentioned earlier.
Liquids A and B of Figure 6 (right) are in this category. Addition of B to A at
temperature T means following the line acdb. With small additions, only one layer
is present ...
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