Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 27, Issue 5, pp 1400–1402 | Cite as

Density of liquid 4-methylpentane-1 at high pressures and various temperatures

  • N. A. Agaev
  • A. D. Yusibova
  • A. A. Pashaev
  • Z. Nuretdinov
  • I. I. Pis'man
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Abstract

Using the hydrostatic weighing method the density of liquid 4-methylpentane-1 is determined over the temperature range 302.55–450.80°K and pressure range 0.098–68.6 MN/m2.

Keywords

Statistical Physic High Pressure Pressure Range 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. A. Agaev
  • A. D. Yusibova
  • A. A. Pashaev
  • Z. Nuretdinov
  • I. I. Pis'man

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