Thermal Conductivity of Common Non polar Polyatomic Gases
Keywords: Linear Interpolation, Polyatomic Gases
AbstractThe data of pure non polar polyatomic gases as a function of temperature has been reviewed to provide the best available values of thermal conductivity to experimentalists and theoreticians. The gases considered in detail are O/Sub2, N/Sub2, H/Sub2, CO/Sub2, CO, NO, N/Sub2O, CH/Sub4 and D/Sub2 for which several sets of measured values are available. Smooth average values are tabulated at an interval of 25 DegreeC to permit linear interpolation.
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Gambhir, R., & Saxena, S. (2014). Thermal Conductivity of Common Non polar Polyatomic Gases. Defence Science Journal, 17(2A), 35-46. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.17.7415
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