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The Surface Tension of the Serum in Anxiety Psychoses

  • Clement Lovell (a1)
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In dealing with the surface tension peculiarities of the anxiety states I will only dwell very shortly on the physical aspects of the problem. If two bodies are brought into proximity, then each body attracts the other with a force which was shown by Mitchell and Cavendish to be identical with the force of gravity.

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(1) A paper read at the Annual Meeting held in London, July 11, 1923.

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  • Clement Lovell (a1)
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