Experimental studies of the heat capacity of liquid octene-1 in the temperature range 282–368 K

  • T. R. Atrashenok
  • N. A. Nesterov
  • A. D. Peshchenko


Results are presented on the heat capacity cp of octene-1 in the temperature range 282–368 K. The present experimental data are compared with results in the literature.


Experimental Data Experimental Study Statistical Physic Heat Capacity Present Experimental Data 
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  • T. R. Atrashenok
  • N. A. Nesterov
  • A. D. Peshchenko

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