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Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function

Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collision integrals -- Tables.,
  • Virial coefficients -- Tables.,
  • Thermodynamic potentials -- Tables.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementMax Klein ... [et al.].
    SeriesNational standard reference data series ; NSRD-NBS47
    ContributionsKlein, Max, 1925-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC100 .U573 no. 47, QC175.25.C6 .U573 no. 47
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 151 p. ;
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5120045M
    LC Control Number74193313

    coefficients are much more complicated functions of the intermolecu-lar potential than are the second virial coefficients. For example, the transport coefficients in the limit of low pressure can be express-ed 3 in terms of the collision integrals 5) () aZr' Cos;t)Uctq (4) Here a4 is File Size: 2MB. Read "Transport Collision Integrals Using Modified Lennard-Jones (6, n, γ) and Gaussian-Six Intermolecular Potential Functions, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of .

      Virial Expansion of the Equation of State Evaluation of the Virial Coefficients General Remarks on Cluster Expansions Exact Treatment of the Second Virial Coefficient Cluster Expansion for a Quantum-Mechanical System The Binary Collision Method of Lee and Yang Applications of the Binary Collision Method Edition: 1.   In the limit that B(T) (the Second Virial Coefficient) and C(T) are zero, the equation becomes the ideal gas law. Also, the molar volume of gases are small, the contributions from the third, fourth, etc. terms decrease in magnitude, allowing one to truncate the series at a convenient point.

    Equation of State for Real Gases Canonical Partition Function for Real Gases The Virial Equation of State The Second Virial Coefficient Rigid-Sphere and Square-Well Potentials Implementation of Lennard-Jones Potential The Third Virial Coefficient Computing from the Lee-Kesler correlations. The Lee-Kesler correlations are an empirical three-parameter corresponding states treatment for pure fluid properties. The correlations are typically valid over the entire range of the data listed in the tables (see Tables EE in Appendix E of the book).


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Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function iv, p. (OCoLC) Online version: Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function. Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the(m,6,8)intermolecular potential functionby M.

Klein, H. Hanley, F. Smith and P. Holland. Get this from a library. Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function.

[Max Klein; United States. National Bureau of Standards.;]. If document includes a significant bibliography or literature survey, mention it here.) Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients are presented for the (m,6,8) potential function.

Ten values of the repulsive exponent m are included which range in unit steps from m = 9 through m =   This paper presents tables of collision integrals Ω(l,s)*, Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher Second virial coefficients and collision integrals for the 11‐6‐8 potential have been calculated by M Cited by: 4.

Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function / By Max Klein, United States.

Dept. of Commerce. and United States. This paper presents tables of collision integrals Ω(l,s)*, collision integral ratios, higher order correction factors for viscosity, thermal conductivity and diffusion, and the isotopic thermal diffusion factor for the Barker‐Pompe, Barker‐Fisher‐Watts, and Parson‐Siska‐Lee by: 4.

This report contains tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function. A table is included which contains the Boyle temperature, the Boyle volume, and the ratio of the intermolecular separation at the potential minimum to the separation at the zero of the potential.

The main part of the paper consists of tables of second virial coefficients and their first and second derivatives for a spherically symmetric (ra, 6) potential and of the functions h and their first and second derivatives for the cor- responding potential.

Tables are included for m = 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, and CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In this work, we have calculated the second virial coefficients B2 of monatomic lithium, sodium, and potassium gases by using the most recent 1Σ+g and 3Σ+u Rydberg-Klein-Rees interatomic potentials.

We have also determined the viscosity η and thermal conductivity λ coefficients of the alkali-metal vapors as a. By the model potential selected from them, the second and third virial coefficients are calculated for mercury vapor.

The additive and nonadditive components in the third virial coefficient are taken into account. Viscosity and heat conductivity of the rarefied vapor are calculated by collision integrals on the basis of the selected model by: 6. the accuracy of the numerical integration of the second virial coefficient at various tempera-tures for the assembly of the tables, as well as the accuracy and efficiency of the evaluation process of the second virial coefficient by using higher-degree polynomial interpolants once the sparse tables Cited by: 1.

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Collision Cross Sections, Pressure-Broadening Coefficients and Second Virial Coefficients for the Acetylene-Argon Complex: Experiments and Calculations on a New Potential Energy Surface.

Laboratoire de Photophysique Moléculaire (CNRS), Université de Paris Sud, Bât. Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m, 6, 8) intermolecular potential function Published: () Introduction to the theory of Fourier's series and integrals /.

From statistical mechanics, the relations between second virial coefficient and intermolecular potential functions were theoretically derived; in particular, explicit expression of the second virial coefficient for the Lennard-Jones potential was rigorously derived by Hirschfelder et al.

for a computational use: in which is the Avogadro’s constant 10 23 mol −1, is the reduced (dimensionless) temperature, and is the Boltzmann constant 10 −23 JK Cited by: 9. Tables of collision integrals and second virial coefficients for the (m,6,8) intermolecular potential function by M.

Klein, H. Hanley, F. Smith and P. Holland Read article Acta Cryst. The Table of Integrals, Series, and Products is the major reference source for integrals in the English language.

It is essential for mathematicians, scientists, and engineers, who rely on it when identifying and subsequently solving extremely complex by: Finally, we illustrate how the simultaneous accurate description of the temperature dependence of the fluid's collision integrals and second virial coefficient is crucial to the successful.

Expansion (1), which is supposed to have been obtained by eliminating z between equations () and (), is called the virial expansion of the system and the numbers a l (T) the virial coefficients.

4 To determine the relationship between the coefficients a l and the cluster integrals Ѣ l, we invert equation () to obtain z as. Chemical Physics Letters. Vol Issue 1, 1 JulyPages1 JulyPages Cited by: 1.The tables by M.

Klein and F. J. Smith for the L-J () potential were used to evaluate the collision integrals and 2nd virial coefficients. The modified Buckingham Exp-6 potential was evaluated from more» tables by J.

O. Hirschfelder, C. F. Curtiss, and R. B. Bird.In this work, we have calculated the second virial coefficients B2 of monatomic lithium, sodium, and potassium gases by using the most recent 1 Σ + g and 3 Σ + u Rydberg-Klein-Rees interatomic.