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Structure and Thermodynamic Properties of Cryocrystals Handbook

ISBN:
1-56700-119-X (Imprimer)

Structure and Thermodynamic Properties of Cryocrystals Handbook

A. P. Isakina
Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kharkov, Ukraine

V. G. Manzhelii
Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

V. G. Gavrilko
Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kharkov, Ukraine

A. I. Prokhvatilov
Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Description

This handbook is devoted to those cryocrystals that, although they are of a significant research and applied interest, have not yet been described in detail in modern reference books. In this handbook, the authors analyze and systematize the results of studies on the structures, phase diagrams, P-V-T data, and thermophysical properties (thermal expansion, heat capacity, thermal conductivity, heats of phase transitions, vapor pressures, compressibilities) of cryocrystals such as nitrogen, carbon monoxide and dioxide, oxygen, fluorine, nitrogen monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, methane, and deuterated methanes.



316 pages, © 1999

Table des matières:

Preface
Foreword
Nomenclature
1 Nitrogen
1.1 Phase Equilibria
1.1.1 Phase Diagram
1.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
1.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressures
1.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volume, and Thermal Expansion at the Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
1.3 Lattice Parameters and Molar Volumes at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
1.4 Heat Capacity
1.5 Thermal Conductivity
References
2 Carbon Monoxide
2.1 Phase Equilibria
2.1.1 Phase Diagram
2.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
2.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressures
2.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volumes, and Thermal Expansion at the Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
2.3 Lattice Parameters and Molar Volumes at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
2.4 Heat Capacity
2.5 Thermal Conductivity
References
3 Oxygen
3.1 Phase Equilibria
3.1.1 Phase Diagram
3.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
3.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressure and Heat of Sublimation
3.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volumes, Density, and Thermal Expansion at the Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
3.3 Lattice Parameters and Molar Volumes at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
3.4 Heat Capacity
3.5 Thermal Conductivity
3.6 Magnetic Susceptibility
References
4 Fluorine
4.1 Phase Equilibria
4.1.1 Phase Diagram
4.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
4.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressure
4.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volumes, and Thermal Expansion at the Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
4.3 Heat Capacity
References
5 Carbon Dioxide
5.1 Phase Equilibria
5.1.1 Phase Diagram
5.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressure
5.2 Lattice parameters, Volume, Density, and Thermal Expansion at the Equilibrium Vapor Pressures
5.3 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volume, and Density at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
5.4 Heat Capacity
5.5 Thermal Conductivity
References
6 Nitrogen Monoxide
6.1 Phase Equilibria
6.1.1 Phase Diagram
6.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
6.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressures
6.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volume, Density, and Thermal Expansion at the Equilibrium Vapor Pressures
6.3 Lattice Parameter, Molar Volume, and Density at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
6.4 Heat Capacity
6.5 Thermal Conductivity
References
7 Hydrogen Sulphide
7.1 Phase Equilibria
7.1.1 Phase Diagram
7.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
7.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressures
7.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volumes, Density, and Thermal Expansion at Equilibrium Vapor Pressures
7.3 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volumes, Density, and Thermal Expansion at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
7.4 Heat Capacity
References
8 Methane
8.1 Phase Equilibria
8.1.1 Phase Diagram
8.1.2 Phase Transitions and Structure of Phases
8.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressures
8.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volume, Density, and Thermal Expansion of Methane at Equilibrium Vapor Pressures
8.3 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volumes, and Density at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
8.4 Heat Capacity
8.5 Thermal Conductivity
References
9 Deuteromethanes
9.1 Phase Equilibria
9.1.1 Phase Diagram
9.1.2 Phase Equilibria and Structure of Phases
9.1.3 Saturated Vapor Pressures
9.2 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volume, and Thermal Expansion at Equilibrium Vapor Pressures
9.2.1 Tetradeuteromethane (CD4)
9.2.2 Deuterared Methane CHD3
9.2.3 Deuterated Methane CH2D2
9.2.4 Deuterared Methane CH3D
9.2.5 Isotopic Effects
9.3 Lattice Parameters, Molar Volume, and Density at High Pressures. Compressibility and Sound Velocities
9.4 Heat Capacity
9.4.1 Tetradeuteromethane CD4
9.4.2 Deuterated Methane CHD3
9.4.3 Deuterated Methane CH2D2
9.4.4 Deuterated Methane CH3D
9.5 Thermal Conductivity
References