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Determination of Compressibility of Gases and Liquids

  • Daniil S. Tsiklis

Abstract

Measurement of compressibility consists of the determination of volume occupied by a known quantity of gas (one mole, one kilogram, etc.) at a given pressure and temperature.* This problem may be solved by various methods. For example, the required experimental pressure of the material being investigated may be created in a vessel of known volume at a given temperature; then the quantity of the material in the vessel may be measured by its mass or by its volume at atmospheric pressure. Another method consists of compressing a known quantity of gas in a vessel whose volume can be changed during the process of the experiment. The volume of the material under pressure is measured indirectly in this case.

Keywords

Mercury Manometer Differential Manometer Lower Vessel Constantan Wire Platinum Contact 
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