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Nonanalytical unified equation of state of freezant R23

  • V. F. Lysenkov
  • A. D. Kozlov
  • P. V. Popov
  • M. V. Yakovleva
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Abstract

A unified equation of state of freezant R23 is obtained that adequately describes a thermodynamic surface both in the region of low densities and pressures and in the vicinity of a critical point.

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Statistical Physic Unify Equation Thermodynamic Surface 
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  • V. F. Lysenkov
  • A. D. Kozlov
  • P. V. Popov
  • M. V. Yakovleva

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