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What is the Ramsay Shield's Equation? What do the various terms mean? How is the Ramsay Shield's constant determined? What is its value for normal liquids?

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Dear ashima,

An elaboration of the Ramsay Shield's Equation states that at temperatures not too near the critical temperature, the molar surface energy of a liquid is proportional to tc-t-6 K, where t is the temperature and tc is the critical temperature.

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