Survey of Current NBS Work on Properties of Parahydrogen
Subsequent to publication of the invaluable compilation of hydrogen properties by Woolley, Scott, and Brickwedde in 1948 , a greater-than-ever need developed for thermodynamic properties of parahydrogen at low temperatures and high pressures, where no data, existed. Many of the needed data have now been supplied by work at the CEL National Bureau of Standards. This report is designed to present a concise description of the various properties and to provide a bibliography of the original publications.
KeywordsThermodynamic Function Experimental Isotherm Approximate Representation Saturated Liquid Sonic Velocity
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