A paper presented before the Heat Transfer Division at the 1953 Annual Meeting contains a description of the below-ice-point temperature apparatus for measuring thermal conductivities of gases and liquids, and a few results for neon were reported. During the past year low-temperature measurements have been made on the remainder of the rare gases, and also on other gases. Reliable results from thermal-conductivity measurements now appear to be forthcoming with the high-temperature apparatus to temperatures of 1380 F.

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