Analysis of Calculation of the Critical Temperature of Metals
General considerations on the form of the real equation of state make it possible to assume that the ratio of the melting temperature to the critical temperature is constant for each group of elements. This assumption is verified for two groups of elements, the critical temperatures of which are measured. It is shown that, for certain groups of elements, the critical temperatures of which are calculated instead of being measured, this assumption is also valid. The critical temperatures of certain elements are calculated or refined.
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