A method of increasing the sensitivity of the circuit for measuring the thermal activity coefficient of gases by the periodic-heating method is proposed. The thermal activity of argon, carbon dioxide, and air at 1300°K was measured.
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Filippov, L.P., Él'darov, F.G. & Nefedov, S.N. Use of periodic-heating method for measurement of thermal activity coefficient of gases. Journal of Engineering Physics 36, 314–318 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861918
- Carbon Dioxide
- Statistical Physic
- Activity Coefficient