Title: CHAPTER 7. Dilute Gases
Authors: Bich, Eckard
Mehl, James B.
Hellmann, Robert 
Vesovic, Velisa
Language: eng
Issue Date: 2014
Editors: Assael, Marc J.
Goodwin, Anthony R. H.
Vesovic, Velisa
Wakeham, William A.
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Document Type: Book Part
Page Start: 226
Page End: 252
Published in (Book): Experimental Thermodynamics Volume IX: Advances in Transport Properties of Fluids
Publisher Place: Cambridge
In this chapter the current state of the kinetic theory of dilute gases is reviewed. It is shown that the advent of highly accurate ab initio interaction potentials made it possible to calculate the transport properties of both monatomic and simple polyatomic gases over a wide range of temperatures with an accuracy that often exceeds that of the best experimental data. The results obtained for helium, argon, helium–krypton mixtures, hydrogen, methane and water vapour are presented in detail and the accuracy of the calculations is analysed by comparison with experimental data.
Organization Units (connected with the publication): Universität Rostock
ISBN: 978-1-84973-677-0
Publisher DOI: 10.1039/9781782625254-00226
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