Cailletet and Mathias law

Cailletet and Mathias law

[kī·ə′tā an mə′thī·əs ‚lȯ]
(physical chemistry)
The law that describes the relationship between the mean density of a liquid and its saturated vapor at that temperature as being a linear function of the temperature.
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