P-V-T Behavior of Neon at Temperatures from 70° to 120°K and Pressures to 300 Atmospheres
The Burnett method is an experimental technique, introduced by Burnett  in 1936, which makes it possible to obtain accurate P-V-T data for pure gases and gas mixtures without requiring volume and mass measurements of the test gas at each experimental point. The mathematical formalism of the method has been presented by several authors [2–7].
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