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E. Journal, 1, No. 2, 142 (1955). 21. E. F. 4, Plenum Press, New York (1960), p. 47. 22. J. , Tab/es of Thermal Properties ofGases, NBS Ci,e. No. 564 (1955), reprinted as Tables of Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Air, Argon, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon j~lonoxide, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Steam, Pergamon Press, Oxford (1960). 23. F. ), Thermodynamic Funetions of Gases. Vol. 1, Ammonia, Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide; Vol. 2, Air, Acetylene, Ethylene, Propane and Argon; Vol. 3, Ethane, Methane "nd Nitrogen, Butterworths Scientific Publications, London (1956).

7. Caleulated percentages of the original water remaining in sea-urchin eggs (diameter 77 ,,) os a funetion of temperature and eooling velocity. (From ['I. ) Unfortunately, as cells become larger or become aggregated into tissues or organisms, the gap of safety disappears. This is illustrated in Fig. 1 mm in diameter) cooled at various rates. We saw in Fig. 4 that a cooling velocity of I°C/min permitted typical small cells to dehydrate rapidly enough to prevent internal freezing. Hut this is not the case with the larger cel!.

Exp. Station, Georgia Institute of Teehnology, April 15, 1963 (Contract No. CST-7404, NBS, Boulder, Colorado). 26. J. C. Mullins, W. T. Ziegler, _nd B. S. Kirk, "The Thermodynamic Propertie. of Oxygen from 20° to 100oK," Teeh. Rept. No. 2, Proiect No. A-593, Engr. Exp. tion, Georgia Institute of Teehnology, Mareh 1,1962 (Contract No. CST-7339, NBS, Boulder, Colorado). 27. W. T. Ziegler, J. C. Mullins, and B. S. , Especially below One Atmosphere Pressure. 11. Argon," Tech. Rept. No. 2, Proiect No.

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