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Liquid densities of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen

H. M Roder

Liquid densities of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen

by H. M Roder

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gases -- Liquefaction,
  • Gases -- Tables

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    StatementH.M. Roder, R.D. McCarty, V.J. Johnson
    GenreTables
    SeriesNBS technical note ; 361(Revised), NBS technical note -- 361(Revised)
    ContributionsMcCarty, Robert D., joint author, Johnson, Victor J., joint author
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 133 p. :
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15399559M

    Properties. Liquid air has a density of approximately kg/m 3 ( g/cm 3), though the density may vary depending on the elemental composition of the dry gaseous air contains approximately 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% argon, the density of liquid air at standard composition is calculated by the percentage of the components and their respective liquid densities (see liquid. Air is a mixture of gases, mostly nitrogen and oxygen % nitrogen % oxygen % argon % other gases (like carbon dioxide) Air is well mixed, so we do not usually talk about oxygen being lighter or heavier than air. Helium, on the other hand, is much lighter than air (nitrogen and oxygen), so that is why a helium-filled balloon goes up.

    XCIII.—The variation with temperature of the surface energies and densities of liquid oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and carbon monoxide. E. C. C. Baly and F. G. Donnan Abstract. The first page of this article is displayed as the abstract. For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books.   Based on the relative volumes of the gases in Earth’s atmosphere, nitrogen is actually more than 3 times more than oxygen. Because the troposphere is the lowest atmosphere layer, it contains 75 percent of the atmosphere’s mass. From largest to smallest, Earth’s atmosphere composition contains nitrogen, oxygen, argon, CO 2 and trace gases.

      The density of gases have been listed below in alphabetical order in the units of both metric and imperial. The chemical formula as well as molar mass has also been listed. below the table is an image version for offline viewing Gas Chemical Formula Molar mass Density Density . Alcohols and carboxylic acids - physical data - Molweight, melting and boiling point, density, pKa-values, as well as number of carbon and hydrogen atoms in each molecule are given for different alcohols and acids; API Gravity - API gravity express the gravity or density of liquid petroleum products. Conversion calculator API - specific gravity.


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Liquid densities of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen by H. M Roder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Revises and updates NBS technical noteissued Januwith title Saturated liquid densities of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen. Issued June Description: iv, pages: diagrams ; 27 cm.

Series Title: NBS technical note, (Revised) Other Titles: Liquid densities of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen.

Revises and updates NBS technical noteissued Januarywith title Saturated liquid densities of oxygen, nitrogen, argon and parahydrogen. Issued October Description. SATURATED LIQUID DENSITIES OF OXYGEN, NITROGEN, ARGON, AND PARAHYDROGEN H.

Roder, R. McCarty, and V. Johnson Integrated tables of pressure, volume, and temperature for the saturated liquid, from the triple point to the critical point,of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen are The tables include argon of integral Cited by: 1.

Integrated tables of pressure, volume, and temperature for the saturated liquid, from the triple point to the critical point, for oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and by: 1.

Physica 45 () North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam DENSITIES OF SATURATED LIQUID ARGON K. GOLDMAN and N. SCRASE The British Oxygen Company Limited, London S.W. zg, England Received 27 January Synopsis Densities of liquid argon have been measured along the saturation boundary 84 K to nearly its critical point by a method based on Archimedes by: An illustration of an open book.

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The densities along the orthobaric liquid curve of the following liquefied gases have been measured with a precision of a few parts in 10 4: argon (86 to K); krypton ( to K); xenon ( to K); oxygen (80 to K); nitrogen (78 to K); carbon monoxide (78 to K); methane (92 to K); carbon tetrafluoride (91 to K).The measurements were made on a sample of about 9 cm.

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Nitrogen, oxygen, and argon use a reference state based on zero enthalpy in the gas phase at 0 K, parahydrogen, helium, methane, and ethane use a reference state of zero enthalpy and entropy at the saturated liquid state at the normal boiling point, and propane and carbon dioxide use a reference state of kJ/kg and 1 kJ/(kg-K) at 40 °C.Liquid nitrogen is a cryogenic liquid.

Cryogenic liquids are liquefied gases that have a normal boiling point below –°F (–90°C). Liquid nitrogen has a boiling point of –°F (–°C). The temperature difference between the product and the surrounding environment, even in winter, is substantial.Related Topics.

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