A.
Boushehri
Pure Mathematics
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An analytical equation of state is applied to calculate the compressed and saturation thermodynamic properties of fluorine. The equation of state is that of Song and Mason. It is based on a statistical–mechanical perturbation theory of hard convex bodies and is a fifth-order polynomial in the density. There exist three temperature-dependent parameters: the second virial coefficient, an effective molecular volume, and a scaling factor for the average contact pair distribution function of hard convex bodies. The temperature-dependent parameters can be calculated if the intermolecular pair potential is known. However, the equation is usable with much less input than the full intermolecular potential, since the scaling factor and effective volume are nearly universal functions when expressed in suitable reduced units. The equation of state has been applied to calculate thermodynamic parameters including the critical constants, the vapor pressure curve, the compressibility factor, the fugacity coefficient, the enthalpy, the entropy, the heat capacity at constant pressure, the ratio of heat capacities, the Joule–Thomson coefficient, the Joule–Thomson inversion curve, and the speed of sound for fluorine. The agreement with experiment is good.
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The Equation of State of Song and Mason Applied to Fluorine
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International Journal of Thermophysics
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Department of Chemistry, Shiraz University, 71454, Shiraz, Iran
Shiraz University
Mathematical Sciences