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A comparison of the data for a few typical liquids is given in Table II. 8 204 164 101° 120 118° 139° 21° 97 0° 99 136 114 II AND CERTAIN Substance Acetonitrile Chloroform OTHER LIQUIDS Temperature AHV (°C) (cal/g) 80° M e t h y l chloride E t h y l ether 174 61° 59 20° 95 84 35° Ethylamine 15° 15 Acetone 56° 125 Hexane 68° 80° 79 94 Benzene Aniline Pyridine Piperidine — 115° Nitromethane 106° 100° Nitrobenzene 151° 93 101 89 135 79 AHV is m o r e t h a n t w i c e a s large for w a t e r as for a n y o t h e r s u b s t a n c e o n t h i s l i s t ; it is m o r e t h a n four t i m e s a s g r e a t for all e x c e p t t h e a l c o h o l s a n d a c e t o n i t r i l e .
The same fundamental calculation was made on several different hypotheses—on the one hand, on the assumption that the volume of the ocean has remained relatively constant, and on the other hand, on the assumption that the volume has gradually increased throughout geological time. Likewise two extreme assumptions were considered regarding the chloride ion content of the ocean: first, that this content has remained constant throughout geological time; and second, that it has increased gradually from zero to the present level.
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