The Properties of Gases and Liquids by Bruce E. Poling, John M. Prausnitz, John P. O'Connell

By Bruce E. Poling, John M. Prausnitz, John P. O'Connell

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Second Order) Tb, K Experimental Calculated (First Order) Abs. percent Err. (First Order) Calculated (Second Order) Abs. percent Err. 06 The First Order results are generally good for boiling but not melting. The Second Order contributions are significant in all cases and improve the agreement for all but Tƒp for the dimethylpentanes, where the correction goes in the wrong direction. The errors shown are about average for the method. A summary of the comparisons between estimations from the Second Order Constantinou and Gani method and experimental Appendix A values for Tfp and Tb are shown along with those from other estimation methods in Tables 2-9 and 2-10.

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