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Thermodynamic properties of water to 1,000⁰ C and 10,000 bars

by C. Wayne Burnham

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Published by Geological Society of America in [Boulder, Colo.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Thermal properties.,
  • High temperatures.,
  • High pressure (Science)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 17-18.

    Statement[by] C. Wayne Burnham, John R. Holloway and Nicholas F. Davis.
    SeriesGeological Society of America. Special paper, no. 132, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, no. 132.
    ContributionsHolloway, John R., joint author., Davis, Nicholas F., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ270 .B78 1969
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5444032M
    ISBN 100813721326
    LC Control Number73096715

    knowledge of the properties of the system and how the properties are related. The objective of this chapter is to introduce property relations relevant to engineering thermodynamics. As part of the presentation, several examples are provided that illustrate the use of the closed system energy balance introduced in Chap. 2.   The “ion product” of liquid water (K W = 1 × 10 −14 mol 2 L −2 at standard state conditions) is among the earliest facts taught to beginning chemistry fact underlies all.

    kg of liquid water. The water is initially at a temperature of 25 C and an absolute pressure of 1 bar (State 3) at the start of the air compression process. Heat transfer occurs only between air in the cylinder and water inside the cooling jacket since the water jacket is perfectly insulated on its outside. Perchuk, L. L., and Z. S. Andrianova, , Thermodynamics of equilibrium of alkali feldspar (K, Na)AlSi 3 O 8 with aqueous solution (K, Na)Cl at –°C and – bar pressure, in Theoretical and Experimental Studies of Mineral Equilibria, edited by I. Ya. Nekrasov, pp. 37–72, Nauka, Moscow.

    The standard state pressure is kPa (1 bar). The standard states are defined for different phases by: • The standard state of a pure gaseous substance is that of the substance as a (hypothetical) ideal gas at the standard state pressure. Gurvich, L.V., Veyts, I.V., and Alcock, C.B., Thermodynamic Properties of Individual Substances.   Second, the average absolute/relative deviations between the thermodynamic properties of water calculated by the CPA equation of state and the experimental data are approximately 1%. For the system containing polar substances, the CPA equation of state is preferred in calculating the thermodynamic properties.


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Wayne; Holloway, John R.; & Davis, Nicholas F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thermodynamic Properties of Water to 1, C BarsAuthor: Nicholas F. Burnham, C. Wayne; Holloway, John R.; & Davis. The thermodynamic functions for water that are tabulated here consist of: (1) specific volume, (2) Gibbs free energy, (3) entropy, (4) enthalpy, (5) fugacity and (6) fugacity coefficient.

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Holloway, Nicholas F. Davis. "Specific" properties are expressed on a per mass basis. If the units were changed from per mass to, for example, per mole, the property would remain as it was (i.e., intensive or extensive).

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Thermodynamic properties of water to 1,⁰ C bars / By C. Wayne. Burnham, joint author. Nicholas F. Davis, joint author. John R. Holloway and United States. Office of Saline Water. Abstract "Grant no. "Bibliography: p.

Mode of access: Internet. Shmonov, V. M., and Shmulovich, K. () Molar volumes and equations of state for CO 2 between °C–°C and – bars, Dokl. Akad. Sci. USSR– Google Scholar. Appendix A — Thermodynamic Property Tables A-4 Ammonia Data Book May Table A-1 Saturation Properties of Ammonia — IP Units (continued) Temperature Pressure Enthalpy (Btu/lb) Entropy (Btu/lb-R) Liq.

Density Vapor Sp. Vol. In this book, the study of thermodynamics concepts, principles and analysis Thermodynamic properties and phases of a substance are defined and determined by two important properties; namely, temperature and pressure.

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In addi t ion, separate tables are presented for the Gibbs.An equation for the ion product of water (K/sub w/) is presented for use from 1 to /sup 0/C and 1 to 10, bars pressure. The equation is believed to describe within + units of log K/sub w/ many of the measurements at saturation vapor pressure up to /sup 0/C, and perhaps within + units up to the critical temperature (/sup 0/C).