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The Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Pure Monatomic Gases+C2179

By Bieh, E.

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Title: The Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Pure Monatomic Gases+C2179  
Author: Bieh, E.
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J. Millat And E. Voge, E. B. (n.d.). The Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Pure Monatomic Gases+C2179. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: The existence of a sophisticated kinetic theory for zero-density gases, in conjunction with the progress that has been made with respect to high-precision measurements of the transport properties of gases, has provided the basis for the development of extensive and accurate correlations and predictions for the viscosity and thermal conductivity of many simple gases and gas mixtures. In general, one can differentiate between so-called universal correlations using the extended principle of corresponding states l4 on one hand and so-called individual correlations. These correlations for transport properties in the limit of zero density naturally include monatomic gases. Most of these recent studies follow the guidelines worked out by the Subcommittee on Transport Properties of IUPAC Commission 1.2, as does this work...

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Contents I. Introduction.. .............................. 1290 4. Relative uncertainties of recommended 2. Kinetic theory.. ............................ 1290 values. ..................................... 1296 2.1. General ............................... 1290 5. The viscosity and thermal conductivity of 2.2. The classical zero-density contribution . . 1290 helium ..................................... 1298 2.3. The initial density dependence. ......... 1291 6. The viscosity and thermal conductivity of neon 2.4. Quantum corrections.. ................. 1291 ............................................ 1299 2.4.1. Quantum corrections to the zero- 7. The viscosity and thermal conductivity of argon density transport coefficients ..... 1291 ............................................ 1301 2.4.2. Quantum corrections to the initial 8. The viscosity and t h e r d conductivity of kryp- density dependence.. ............ 1291 ton ......................................... 1302 3. Ekperimental data .......................... 1292 9. The viscosity and thermal conductivity of 4. Results ..................................... 1293 xenon ...................................... 1303 4.1. Comparison of recommended values with experimental data.. .................... 1293 List of Figures 4.2. Comparison with earlier correlations .... 1293 4.3. Corresponding states analysis.. ......... 1293 1. Relative contribution of quantum effects to the 5. Tabulations ................................. 1304 zero-density viscosity of helium and neon. .... 1292 6. Conclusions ................................ 1304 2. Relative contribution of the initial density de- 7. Acknowledgements ......................... 1301 pendence to the viscosity and thermal conduc- 8. References ................................. 1304 tivity of monatomic gases. ................... 1292 3. Comparison of recommended viscosity values List of Tables of helium to experimental results and earlier correlations. ................................ 1296 1. Sources for primary experimental data for the 4. Comparison of recommended viscosity values viscosity of monatomic gases. ................ 1294 of neon to experimental results and earlier cor- 2. Sources for primary experimental data for the relations.. .................................. 1296 thermal conductivity of monatomic gases. .... 1295 5. Comparison of recommended viscosity values 3. Coefficients and scaling parameters for the of argon to experimental results and earlier corresponding states analysis.. ............... 1296 correlations.. ............................... 1296 6. Comparison of recommended viscosity values of kr-y -p ton to experimental results and earlier correlations. ................................ 1297 01990 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. This mpyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics 7' of and the American Chemical Society. of xenon to experimental results and earlier Reprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. correlations.. ............................... 1297

 

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