Thermophysical Properties of Chemicals and Hydrocarbons. Edition No. 2

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  • Book
  • 1000 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Compiled by an expert in the field, the book provides an engineer with data they can trust. Spanning gases, liquids, and solids, all critical properties (including viscosity, thermal conductivity, and diffusion coefficient) are covered.

From C1 to C100 organics and Ac to Zr inorganics, the data in this handbook is a perfect quick reference for field, lab or classroom usage. By collecting a large - but relevant - amount of information in one source, the handbook enables engineers to spend more time developing new designs and processes, and less time collecting vital properties data. This is not a theoretical treatise, but an aid to the practicing engineer in the field, on day-to-day operations and long range projects.

  • Simplifies research and significantly reduces the amount of time spent collecting properties data
  • Compiled by an expert in the field, the book provides an engineer with data they can trust in design, research, development and manufacturing
  • A single, easy reference for critical temperature dependent properties for a wide range of hydrocarbons, including C1 to ClOO organics and Ac to Zr inorganics

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Chapter 1. CRITICAL PROPERTIES AND ACENTRIC FACTOR
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 2. CRITICAL PROPERTIES AND ACENTRIC FACTOR
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 3. DENSITY OF LIQUID
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 4. DENSITY OF LIQUID
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 5. DENSITY OF SOLID
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 6. DENSITY OF SOLID
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 7. ENTHALPY OF VAPORIZATION
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 8. ENTHALPY OF VAPORIZATION
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 9. ENTHALPY OF VAPORIZATION AT BOILING POINT
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 10. ENTHALPY OF VAPORIZATION AT BOILING POINT
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 11. ENTHALPY OF FUSION
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 12. ENTHALPY OF FUSION
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 13. VAN DER WAALS AREA AND VOLUME
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 14. VAN DER WAALS AREA AND VOLUME
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 15. RADIUS OF GYRATION
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 16. RADIUS OF GYRATION
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 17. DIPOLE MOMENT
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 18. DIPOLE MOMENT
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 19. SURFACE TENSION
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 20. SURFACE TENSION
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 21. COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION OF LIQUID
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 22. COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION OF LIQUID
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Chapter 23. COEFFICIENT OF ISOTHERMAL COMPRESSIBILITY OF LIQUID
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
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Yaws, Carl L.
Carl L. Yaws, PhD is Professor of chemical engineering (retired) at Lamar University, in Beaumont, Texas. He has industrial experience in process engineering, development, modeling, and design at Exxon, Ethyl, and Texas Instruments. He is the author of 36 books and more than 1000 technical publications (papers, presentations, and chapters in books) in process engineering, property data, and pollution prevention. He is a leading authority on property data of chemical compounds for use by practicing engineers and scientists.
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