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Critical Evaluation of the Thermophysical Properties of Mercury

By Holman, G. J. F.

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Title: Critical Evaluation of the Thermophysical Properties of Mercury  
Author: Holman, G. J. F.
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: Nucleation is the process by which the first microscopic fragments of a new phase are formed. If the nucleation process involves a pre-existing surface, it is termed heterogeneous nucleation; if not, it is termed homogeneous. Nucleation, either as a heterogeneous or as a homogeneous process, is an important and commonplace phenomenon. It is an integral of phase transitions. The formation of rain and snow, the boiling of liquids, the formation of crystals, and smog formation are but a few examples of commonly occurring phenomena involving nucleation.

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Contents 1. I 1 l ~ U l l ~ ~ l i ~ 1 1 . ... .. ........ ............... 2. Density of Mercury.. ..................... 2.1. Introduction.. ...................... 2.2. Reference Density at 293.150 K. ....... 2.3. Isobaric Thermal Expansion. .......... 2.4. Isothermal Compressibility ............ 2.5. Density of Mercury. ................. 2.6. Estimated Relative Accuracy of the Density. ........................... 3. Thermodynamic hoperties and Recommended Values for Mercury. ...................... 3.1. Calculation of the Isobaric Volume Thermal Expansion Coefficients ........... 3.2. Calculation of the Isothermal Compressibilities ............................ 3.3. Calculation of Thermodynamic Properties. 3.4. Recommended Values. ............... 3.5. Remark. ........................... 4. Comparison of the Recommended Values for Mercury with Data in Literature ............ 4.1. Isothermal Tangent and Secant Compressibility at Atmospheric Pressure. ........ 4.1 .l. Static Measurements. ........... 4.1.2. Dynamic Measurements.. ....... 4.2. Error in Isothermal Tangent and Secant Compressibility and in (a~/aT),, and (813 aT), at Atmospheric Pressure. ......... 4.3. Comparisons at Higher Pressures. ...... 4.3.1. Introduction ................... 4.3.2.Bridgman (1911) ............... 4.3.3. Bett, Weale, and Newitt ......... 4.3.4. Stallard, Rosenbaurn, and Davis, Jr. 4.3.5. Grindley and Lind, Jr. ........... 01995 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the American Chemical Society. Reprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. 4.3.6. Vukalovich et al.. .............. 4.3.7.Kumari and Dass ............... Comparison of the Results of the Work un Mercury of Davis and Gordon, and Grindley and Lid, Jr.. ............................... Acknowledgments. ....................... References .............................. List of Tables Determinations of the density of mercury at 293.150 K and one standard atmosphere. ..... Impurities in mercury from the Van der Waals Laboratory .............................. Results of the four versions of the isobaric volume thermal expansion coefficient of mercury at atmospheric pressure. ..................... Corrected isothermal secant bulk moduli ii. ... Corrected densities of mercury, reference values for Eq. (28) ............................. Coefficients C,, of Eq. (28) for density of merc u r y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Recommended values for the density of mercu .................................. Estimated relative accuracy of the density of mer- curyat293.1SK ......................... Recommended values for the secant thermal ex- pansion coefficient ....................... Recommended values for the tangent thermal ex- pansion coefficient ....................... Recommended values for the isothermal secant compressibility .......................... Recommended values for the isothermal tangent compressibility .......................... Recommended values for the entropy ........ Recommended values for the enthalpy ....... Recommended values for the isobaric specific heat capacity ............................ Recommended values for the internal energy . .

 

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