Tables of thermal properties of gases comprising tables of thermodynamic and transport properties of air, argon, carbon dioxide, carbonmonoxide, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and steam

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Statementby Joseph Hilsenrath... [et al.].
SeriesCircular / United States. National Bureau of Standards -- 564, Circular -- 564.
ContributionsHilsenrath, Joseph.
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Pagination488p.
Number of Pages488
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Appendix C: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LIQUIDS AND GASES TABLES OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LIQUIDS AND GASES C-1 Density of Liquids C-2 Viscosity of Gas C-3 Viscosity of Liquids C-4 Heat - Selection from Ludwig's Applied Process Design for Chemical and Petrochemical Plants, 4th Edition [Book].The dimensionless ratio f = λM/ηC v relating the thermal conductivity, molecular weight, viscosity, and constant‐volume molar heat capacity has been determined experimentally for helium, argon, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen in the range 90°–°K.

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