An analytical equation of state for molten alkali metals View Full Text


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DATE

1995-11

AUTHORS

M. H. Ghatee, A. Boushehri

ABSTRACT

This paper brings the molten alkali metals into the scope of a new statistical mechanical equation of state that is known to satisfy normal fluids over the whole range. As for normal fluids, the latent heat of vaporization and density at freezing temperature are the only inputs (scaling factors). The correspondingstates correlation of normal fluids is used to calculate the second virial coefficient,B2(T), of alkali metals, which is scarce experimentally and its calculation is complicated by dimer formation. Calculations of the other two temperature-dependent constants,α(T) andb(T), follow by scaling. The virial coefficients of alkali metals cannot be expected to obey a law of corresponding states for normal fluids. The fact that two potentials are involved may be the reason for this. Thus, alkali metals have the characteristics of interacting through singlet and triple potentials so that the treatment by a single potential here is fortuitous. The adjustable parameter of the equation of state,γ, compensates for the uncertainties inB2(T). The procedure used to calculate the density of liquids Li through Cs from the freezing line up to several hundred degrees above the boiling temperatures. The results are within 5 %. More... »

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1429-1438

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International Journal of Thermophysics

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6

VOLUME

16

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02083551

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