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Thermodynamic Properties of the Group Iia Elements

By Alcock, C. B.

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Title: Thermodynamic Properties of the Group Iia Elements  
Author: Alcock, C. B.
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Introduction: Thus, the combustion properties and kinetics of benzene and toluene have been investigated [1,2]. Detailed kinetic schemes for the combustion of a species necessitate the knowledge not only of its thermodynamic properties but also those of all the radicals that are formed during the chaotic combustion process. Among those radicals many are simple derivatives of the parent molecule; thus, for benzene, the most abundant are the phenyl and phenoxy radicals. While the thermodynamic properties of most...

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Contents 1. Introduction. ............................... 1.1. References for the Introduction.. ...... 2. Beryllium .................................. 2.1. Introduction. .......................... 2.2. Heat Capacity and Enthalpy Measurements ................................. 2.2.1. Temperatures below 298.15 K ... 2.2.2. Temperatures above 298.15 K.. .. 2.3. Discussion of Heat Capacity and Enthalpy Data ........................... 2.3.1. a-Be below 298.15 K. ........... 2.3.2. a-Be above 298.15 K. ........... 2.3.3. p-Be ........................... 2.3.4. Liquid Be ...................... 2.4. Phase Equilibrium Data.. .............. 2.5. Discussion of Phase Equilibrium Data . . 2.5.1. Superconductivity ............... 2.5.2. Temperature of a-P Phase Transformation of Be.. ............... 2.5.3. Temperature of Fusion of Be.. .. 2.5.4. Enthalpy of Transformation and Fusion of Be.. .................. 2.6. References for Be.. ................... 2.7. Adopted Values.. ..................... 2.8. Calculated Thermodynamic Functions of Be .................................... 2.9. Appendix-Experimental Results of Be. ................................... Magnesium. ................................ 3.1. Introduction. .......................... 3.2. Heat Capa~ily and En~halpy Meaburements ................................. 3.2.1. Temperatures below 298.15 K ... 3.2.2. Temperatures above 298.15 K. ... 3.3. Discussion of Heat Capacity and En- thalpy Data ........................... 3.3.1. Mg below 298.15 K. ............. 3.3.2. Splines ......................... 3.3.3. Mg- above 298.15 K. ............. 3.3.4 Liquid Mg ...................... Q1993 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United .............. States. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics 3.4. Phase Equilibrium Data.. and the American Chemical Society. 3.5. Discussion of Phase Equilibrium Reprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. Data ................................. 0047-2689193101 001 -85/$20.00 1 J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1993

 

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