Ian R Shankland

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1975-1978 Physical and Inorganic Chemistry The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
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Shankland IR, Dunlop PJ. (1980) Pressure dependence of the mutual diffusion coefficients of the binary systems N2 + Ar, N2 + O2, O2 + Ar and Ar + Kr at 300 and 323 K Physica a-Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications. 100: 64-84
Arora PS, Robjohns HL, Shankland IR, et al. (1978) Use of binary diffusion and second virial coefficients to predict viscosities of gaseous systems Chemical Physics Letters. 59: 478-480
Arora PS, Shankland IR, Bell TN, et al. (1977) Use of precise binary diffusion coefficients to calibrate two-bulb cells instead of using the standard end correction for the connecting tube Review of Scientific Instruments. 48: 673-674
Shankland IR, Arora PS, Dunlop PJ. (1977) Isotope effect in diffusion of perdeuteriobenzene and benzene in a series of normal hydrocarbons at 25.degree.C The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 81: 1518-1519
Shankland IR, Dunlop PJ. (1976) Use of a shearing Loschmidt cell and a mass spectrometer to measure diffusion coefficients of binary gas mixtures: Comparison with results obtained in the same cell with a thermistor bridge Chemical Physics Letters. 39: 557-559
Shankland IR, Dunlop PJ, Barr LW. (1975) Isotope effect in liquids as shown by tracer diffusion at 25°C of several labeled benzenes in benzene, chlorobenzene, n-octane, and cyclohexane, and the relationship to the isotope effect in solids Physical Review B. 12: 2249-2252
Shankland IR, Dunlop PJ. (1975) Isotope effect in diffusion of perdeuteriobenzene and carbon-14-substituted benzenes in unlabeled benzene at 25.deg. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 79: 1319-1320
Shankland IR, Dunlop PJ. (1975) Use of precise absolute gas viscosity measurements to test the classical slip correction for capillary viscometers at 25°C and 1 atm. The problems of the kinetic energy correction Chemical Physics Letters. 36: 61-64
Shankland I, Thornton S, Dunlop PJ. (1974) Use of accurate absolute gas viscosity measurements to test the classical slip correction for capillary viscometers at 25°C and 1 atm. II. Comparison of results for stainless steel and pyrex glass surfaces for the pure gases and for mixtures of helium and argon Chemical Physics Letters. 26: 533-536
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