Volumetric Behavior of Gas Mixtures at Low Temperatures by the Burnett Method: The Helium-Nitrogen System, 0° to -140°C
A novel method for the determination of the volumetric behavior of gases which required the measurement of only temperature and pressure was introduced by Burnett in 1936. Since it was conceived, the Burnett method has been applied above the ice point by many investigators[2,3,4] and in some instances at low temperatures[5,6]. Prior to the present investigation, the method had not been verified at cryogenic temperatures by direct comparison with the results obtained by other methods. This paper reports the volumetric behavior of the helium-nitrogen system from 0° to — 140°C as determined by the Burnett method.
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