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A new representation of the viscosity of propane includes a zero-density correlation and an initial-density dependence correlation based on the kinetic theory of dilute gases and on the Rainwater–Friend theory. The higher density contributions of the residual viscosity in the representation are...
The sources of previous thermodynamic property values are detailed for cadmium and some compounds of cadmium that might be expected as derivative from anthropogenic introduction of cadmium into the environment or are required for calculation of thermodynamic properties of cadmium-containing...
About 3000 experimental points obtained in 220 miscellaneous experiments published in 57 papers have been processed simultaneously in order to obtain the most reliable Gibbs energy of the YBa 2 Cu 3 O 6+ z YBa 2 Cu 3 O 6 + z solid solution in the temperature range from 250 to 1300 K. A part of...
A new general model that describes the thermodynamic properties of MgCl 2 (aq) MgCl 2 (aq) has been developed from a global fit to experimental results, including isopiestic molalities, vapor pressure measurements, freezing-point depressions, enthalpies of dilution, heat capacities, and...
To aid the many and diverse applications for which perfluoropropane (C 3 F 8 ) ( C 3 F 8 ) is suited, we critically evaluate and synthesize existing knowledge on electron scattering and electron energy-loss processes for the C 3 F 8 C 3 F 8 molecule, and provide recommendations for the most...
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