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Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 48, Issue 2, pp 191–194 | Cite as

Thermodynamic effects of mixing in gases at moderate densities

  • R. M. Sevast'yanov
  • R. A. Chernyavskaya
Article

Abstract

A parameter is found that governs the magnitude of thermodynamic mixing effects in gases. Values are calculated for the excess second virial coefficient and its derivatives for a number of binary gas systems at 298.15°K.

Keywords

Statistical Physic Virial Coefficient Moderate Density Thermodynamic Effect 
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  • R. M. Sevast'yanov
  • R. A. Chernyavskaya

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