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Evaluation and correlation of viscosity data : the most probable values of the viscosity of gaseous propane and propylene
  Tanaka, Yoshiyuki, Makita, Tadashi (1976-02-29)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 45(2): 93-103
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The thermal diffusion in binary gaseous mixtures under pressures, III : hydrogen-argon system
  Makita, Tadashi, Takagi, Toshiharu (1963-03-28)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 32(1/2): 1-6
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Stability for oxidation of unsaturated fatty acids in their urea adduct crystals
  Makita, Tadashi (1958)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 28(1): 31-35
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The thermal diffusion in binary gaseous mixtures under pressures, I : hydrogen-carbon dioxide system
  Makita, Tadashi (1960-03-28)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 29(2): 47-54
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The thermal diffusion in binary gaseous mixtures under pressures, II : a new thermal diffusion apparatus
  Makita, Tadashi (1960-03-28)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 29(2): 55-62
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The viscosity of argon, nitrogen and air at pressures up to 800kg/cm2
  Makita, Tadashi (1957)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 27(1): 16-21
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A new simple viscometer for compressed gases and viscosity of carbon dioxide
  Kiyama, Ryo, Makita, Tadashi (1951)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 21: 63-68
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The viscosity of carbon dioxide, ammonia, acetylene, argon and oxygen under high pressures
  Kiyama, Ryo, Makita, Tadashi (1952-12-25)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 22(2): 49-58
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An improved viscometer for compressed gases and the viscosity of oxygen
  Kiyama, Ryo, Makita, Tadashi (1956)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 26(2): 70-74
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On the air-oxidation of ammonium sulphite crystals under ultra high pressure
  Kiyama, Ryo, Yanagimoto, Takao, Makita, Tadashi (1951)
  The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan, 21: 44-49
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