Thermodynamic data to 20,000K for monatomic gases.
|Title||Thermodynamic data to 20,000K for monatomic gases.|
|Abstract:||Standard state thermodynamic functions for 50 gaseous atomic elements plus deuterium and electron gas, 51 singly ionized positive ions, and 36 negative ions. Data generated by the NASA Lewis computer program PAC97. Data are presented in tabular and graphical form and also represented in the form of least-square coefficients. Tables give data as functions of temperature. Appendix C graphs Cp(T)/R vs. T for most species included in the tables. (NASA TP 1999-208523)|
|Properties:||Gibbs energy function; enthalpy; entropy; equilibrium constant; heat capacity; heat of formation; molar heat capacity|
|Compounds:||argon; chlorine; deuterium; elements; gases; helium; hydrogen; ions; krypton; nitrogen; noble gases; oxygen; xenon|
|UT Libraries Call Number:||QC 165.5 G67 1999|
|UT Libraries Location:||CHEM STACKS|
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