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Thermodynamic equations of state

Thermodynamic equations of state for the following substances are available as an option since CONVAL® 6.0. We make a constant effort to include all substances relevant to CONVAL® users in the database as soon as suitable publications become available.

 

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Medium Temperature Range Max. Pressure   Max. Extrapol.

Acetone 178.5 K to 538 K 65 Mpa
Air 59,8 K 132,6 K to 2000 K 2000 MPa 5000 K, 28 GPa
Ammonia 195.5 K to 600 K 1000 MPa
Argon 84 K to 700 K 1000 MPa
Benzene 278.7 K to 700 K 100 MPa
Butane 134,9 K to 573 K 69 MPa
Butene (1-Butene) 87.8 K to 525 K 50 MPa
Butene (cis-2-Butene) 134.3 K to 525 K 50 MPa
Butene (trans-2-Butene) 167.6 K to 525 K 50 MPa
Carbo monoxide 68.1 K to 1000 K 100 MPa
Carbon dioxide 216.6 K to 1100 K 800 MPa
Chlorine 180 K to 900 K 25 MPa
Cyclohexane 279,5 K to 700 K 80 MPa
Cyclopentan 179.3 K to 500 K 100 MPa
Cyclopropan 145.7 K to 450 K 30 MPa
Decane 200 K to 800 K 100 MPa
Diethyl ether 156.9 K to 600 K 100 MPa

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