Thermodynamic Properties of Ethane: PVT Surface and Corresponding Thermodynamic Properties
This work is part of a long-range program of API Project 44 directed toward periodic improvement of thermodynamic data tables for C 1 to C 5 alkanes . Conversion factors, critical constants, and saturation properties are identical to those found in an associated paper .
KeywordsThermodynamic Property Virial Coefficient Compressibility Factor American Petroleum Institute Critical Constant
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