The thermal separation obtained in gas mixtures containing nitrogen is compared with that obtained in mixtures containing carbon monoxide. A similar comparison is made of mixtures containing carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide. The gas analysis required in the measurement of the effect is made by means of the Shakespear katharometer. The behaviour of nitrogen is found to be similar to that of carbon monoxide. The effect given by carbon dioxide is generally a little greater than that given by nitrous oxide.

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