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J. O. Hirschfelder, C. F. Curtiss, and R. B. Bird, Molecular Theory of Gases and Liquids, John Wiley, N e w York (1954). R. B. Bird, Ε . N. Lightfoot, and W. E . Stewart, Transport Phenomena, John Wiley, New York (1960). E. A . Guggenheim, Elements of the Kinetic Theory of Gases, Pergamon, N e w York (1960), p. 46. Isaac Newton, Principia S. Pepys, London (1686); English transi, of 2nd ed. (1713) by Andrew Motte (1729), Vol. I, The Motion of Bodies', revised transi, by Florian Cajori, University of California Press, Berkeley (1966).
Liquids Liquids and solutions of low molecular weight are also Newtonian. T h e theory of liquids is yet inadequate to predict the viscosity with reliability (see, for example, Hirschfelder et al.  and Frenkel ). However a semitheoretical model has been developed by Ely and Hanley  for the prediction of the viscosity of nonpolar fluid mixtures over conditions ranging from a dilute gas to a dense liquid, and further improvements are to be expected. T h e viscosity decreases with t e m p e r a t u r e in contrast to the increase for gases.
A . Guggenheim, Elements of the Kinetic Theory of Gases, Pergamon, N e w York (1960), p. 46. Isaac Newton, Principia S. Pepys, London (1686); English transi, of 2nd ed. (1713) by Andrew Motte (1729), Vol. I, The Motion of Bodies', revised transi, by Florian Cajori, University of California Press, Berkeley (1966). S. W. Churchill, The Interpretation and Use of Rate Data—The Rate Process Concept, rev. printing, Hemisphere, Washington, D . C . (1979). S. W. Churchill, "Choosing between Theory and Experiment," Chem.