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Measuring the Length of an Oleic Acid Molecule

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Langmuir received the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1932 for his work on monomolecular films, which are films that are assumed to have a thickness of one molecule. By using a method similar to his, it is possible to determine the approximate length of an oleic acid molecule.