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DATE

1997-09

AUTHORS

N. Mehdipour, A. Boushehri

ABSTRACT

This paper presents a procedure for predicting the equation of state of mercury, by including mercury in the scope of a new statistical mechanical equation of state that is known for normal fluids. The scaling constants are the latent heat of vaporization and the density at the melting temperature, which are related to the cohesive energy density. Since experimental data for the second virial coefficient of mercury are scarce, a corresponding-states correlation of normal fluids is used to calculate theB(T) of mercury. The free parameter of the ISM equation, λ, compensates for the uncertainties inB(T). Also, we can predict the values of two temperature-dependent parameters, α(T) andb(T), with satisfactory accuracy from a knowledge of ΔHvap andpm, without knowing any details of the intermolecular potentials. While the values ofB(T) are scarce for mercury and the vapor pressure of this metal at low temperatures is very small, an equation of state for mercury from two scaling parameters (ΔHvap,pm) predicts the density of Hg from the melting point up to 100° above the boiling temperature to within 5%. More... »

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1329-1334

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  • 1995-11. An analytical equation of state for molten alkali metals in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMOPHYSICS
  • 1993-07. Equation of state for compressed liquids and their mixtures from the cohesive energy density in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMOPHYSICS
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    International Journal of Thermophysics

    ISSUE

    5

    VOLUME

    18

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02575262

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