Neumann's law

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Neumann's law states that the molecular heat in compounds of analogous constitution is always the same. It is named after German mineralogist and physicist Franz Ernst Neumann.

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  • L.F. Nilson and O. Pettersson, "On the molecular heat and volume of the rare earths and their sulphates," Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 31, pp. 46–51, 1880–81.