Theoretical calculation of transport properties of the noble gases He and Ne and their binary mixtures at low density
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Using the Tang-Toennies potential model and a set of expressions given by J. Kestinet al., we calculate the transport properties of the two noble gases He and Ne and of their binary mixtures, based upon the calculation of the interaction potential. Our calculated results for the transport properties are restricted to low densities but cover the full temperature interval extending from 50 K to the onset of ionization; the mole fraction of the binary mixtures isx1:x2=0.25:0.75. Our results are comparable to the best theoretical results given by J. Kestinet al.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Mole Fraction Theoretical Result
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