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8 databases found for heat capacity.
glass ball SRD 69 NIST Chemistry WebBook (Web, free access)  Keywords for Database
The NIST Chemistry WebBook contains: Thermochemical data for over 7000 organic and small inorganic compounds; thermochemistry data for over 8000 reactions; IR spectra for over 16,000 compounds; mass spectra for over 33,000 compounds; UV/Vis spectra for over 1600 compounds; electronic and vibrational spectra for over 5000 compounds; constants of diatomic molecules(spectroscopic data) for over 600 compounds; ion energetics data for over 16,000 compounds; thermophysical property data for 74 fluids.
glass ball SRD 101 NIST Computational Chemistry Comparison and Benchmark Database (Web, free access)  Keywords for Database
The NIST Computational Chemistry Comparison and Benchmark Database is a collection of experimental and ab initio thermochemical properties for a selected set of molecules. The goals are to provide a benchmark set of molecules for the evaluation of ab initio computational methods and allow the comparison between different ab initio computational methods for the prediction of thermochemical properties.
glass ball SRD 147 Ionic Liquids Database- (ILThermo) (Web, free access)  Keywords for Database
IUPAC Ionic Liquids Database, ILThermo, is a free web research tool that allows users worldwide to access an up-to-date data collection from the publications on experimental investigations of thermodynamic, and transport properties of ionic liquids as well as binary and ternary mixtures containing ionic liquids.
glass ball SRD 23 NIST Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties Database (REFPROP) (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
NIST 23 contains revised data in a Windows version of the database, including 105 pure fluids and allowing mixtures of up to 20 components. The fluids include the environmentally acceptable HFCs, traditional HFCs and CFCs and 'natural' refrigerants like ammonia
glass ball SRD 106 IUPAC-NIST Solubility Database (Web, free access)  Keywords for Database
These solubilities are compiled from 18 volumes (Click here for List) of the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry(IUPAC)-NIST Solubility Data Series. The database includes liquid-liquid, solid-liquid, and gas-liquid systems. Typical solvents and solutes include water, seawater, heavy water, inorganic compounds, and a variety of organic compounds such as hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, acids, esters and nitrogen compounds. There are over 67,500 solubility measurements and over 1800 references.
glass ball SRD 10 NIST/ASME Steam Properties Database (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
Based upon the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS) 1995 formulation for the thermodynamic properties of water and the most recent IAPWS formulations for transport and other properties, this updated version provides water properties over a wide range of conditions according to the accepted international standards.
glass ball SRD 4 NIST Thermophysical Properties of Hydrocarbon Mixtures (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
Interactive computer program for predicting thermodynamic and transport properties of pure fluids and fluid mixtures containing up to 20 components. The components are selected from a database of 196 components, mostly hydrocarbons.
glass ball SRD 49 NIST Vapor Compression Cycle Design Program (CYCLE_D) (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
The CYCLE_D database package simulates the vapor compression refrigeration cycles. It is fully compatible with REFPROP 9.0 and covers the 62 single-compound refrigerants . Fluids can be used in mixtures comprising up to five components.

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glass ball A Critical Evaluation of the Thermophysical Properties of Mercury
G. J.F. Holman, C. A. tenSeldam
JPCRD 23(5) pp. 807-827 (1994)
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glass ball A Fundamental Equation for Water Covering the Range from the Melting Line to 1273 K at Pressures up to 25 000 MPa
A. Saul, W. Wagner
JPCRD 18(4) pp. 1537-1564 (1989)
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glass ball A Modified Benedict-Webb-Rubin Equation of State for the Thermodynamic Properties of R125a (1, 1-difluoroethane)
Stephanie L. Outcalt, Mark O. McLinden
JPCRD 25(2) pp. 605-636 (1996)
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glass ball A New Equation of State and Tables of Thermodynamic Properties for Methane Covering the Range from the Melting Line to 625 K at Pressures up to 1000 MPa
U. Setzmann, W. Wagner
JPCRD 20(6) pp. 1061-1155 (1991)
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glass ball A New Equation of State for Argon Covering the Fluid Region for Temperatures From the Melting Line to 700 K at Pressures up to 1000 MPa
Ch. Tegeler, R. Span, W. Wagner
JPCRD 28(3) pp. 779-850 (1999)
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glass ball A New Equation of State for Carbon Dioxide Covering the Fluid Region from the Triple Point Temperature to 1100 K at Pressures up to 800 MPa
R. Span, W. Wagner
JPCRD 25(6) pp. 1509-1596 (1996)
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glass ball A New Equation of State for Ethylene Covering the Fluid Region for Temperatures From the Melting Line to 450 K at Pressures up to 300 MPa
J. Smukula, R. Span, W. Wagner
JPCRD 29(5) pp. 1053-1121 (2000)
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glass ball A New Equation of State for H2O Ice Ih
Rainer Feistel and Wolfgang Wagner
JPCRD 35(2) pp. 1021-1047 (2006)
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glass ball A Reference Equation of State for the Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen for Temperatures from 63.151 to 1000 K and Pressures to 2200 MPa
Roland Span, Eric W. Lemmon, Richard T. Jacobson, Wolfgang Wagner, Akimichi Yokozeki
JPCRD 29(6) pp. 1361-1433 (2000)
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glass ball A Unified Fundamental Equation for the Thermodynamic Properties of H2O
Philip G. Hill
JPCRD 19(5) pp. 1233-1274 (1990)
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glass ball Ab-Initio Calculations and Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Functions of Cyclopentadiene and Cyclopentadiene Derivatives
Miriam Karni, Izhack Oref, Alexander Burcat
JPCRD 20(4) pp. 665-683 (1991)
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glass ball An International Formulation for the Thermodynamic Properties of 1,2,2-Trifluorodynamics (HFC-143a) for Temperatures From 161 to 450 K and Pressures to 50 MPa
Eric W. Lemmon, Richard T. Jacobsen
JPCRD 29(4) pp. 521-552 (2000)
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glass ball An International Standard Equation of State for Difluoromethane (R-32) for Temperatures from the Triple Point at 136.34 K to 435 K and Pressures up to 70 MPa
Reiner Tillner-Roth, Akimichi Yokozeki
JPCRD 26(6) pp. 1273-1328 (1997)
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glass ball An International Standard Equation of State for the Thermodynamic Properties of HFC-125 (Pentafluoroethane)
Chun-Cheng Piao, Masahiro Noguchi
JPCRD 27(4) pp. 775-806 (1998)
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glass ball An International Standard Equation of State for the Thermodynamic Properties of Refrigerant 123 (2,2-Dichloro-1,1,1-Trifluoroethane)
Ben A. Younglove, Mark O. McLinden
JPCRD 23(5) pp. 731-779 (1994)
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glass ball An International Standard Formulation for the Thermodynamic Properties of 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane (HFC-13a) for Temperatures from 170 K to 455 K and Pressure up to 70 MPa
Reiner Tillner-Roth, Hans Dieter Baehr
JPCRD 23(5) pp. 657-729 (1994)
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glass ball Carbon Monoxide Thermophysical Properties from 68 to 1000 K at Pressures to 100 MPa
Robert D. Goodwin
JPCRD 14(4) pp. 849-932 (1985)
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glass ball Critical Analysis of Heat-Capacity Data and Evaluation of Thermodynamic Properties of Ruthenium, Rhodium, Palladium, Iridium, and Platinum from 0 to 300 K. A Survey of the Literature Data on Osmium
George T. Furukawa, Martin L. Reilly, John S. Gallagher
JPCRD 3(1) pp. 163-209 (1974)
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glass ball Equation of State for Solid Phase I of Carbon Dioxide Valid for Temperatures up to 800 K and Pressures up to 12 GPa
J. P. Martin Trusler
JPCRD 40(4) pp. 043105-1-043105-19 (2011)
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glass ball Equation of State for Supercooled Water at Pressures up to 400 MPa
Vincent Holten, Jan V. Sengers and Mikhail A. Anisimov
JPCRD 43(4) pp. 043101-1-043101-23 (2014)
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glass ball Equations of State for Mixtures of R-32, R-125, R-134a, R-143a, and R-152a
Eric W. Lemmon, Richard T Jacobsen
JPCRD 33(2) pp. 593-620 (2004)
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glass ball Erratum: Equation of State for Solid Phase I of Carbon Dioxide Valid for Temperatures up to 800 K and Pressures up to 12 GPa [J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 40, 043105 (2011)]
J. P. Martin Trusler
JPCRD 41(3) pp. 039901-1-039901-1 (2012)
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glass ball Estimation of the Heat Capacities of Organic Liquids as a Function of Temperature Using Group Additivity. I. Hydrocarbon Compounds
Vlastimil Ruzicka, Jr, Eugene S. Domalski
JPCRD 22(3) pp. 597-618 (1993)
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glass ball Estimation of the Heat Capacities of Organic Liquids as a Function of Temperature Using Group Additivity. II. Compounds of Carbon, Hydrogen, Halogens, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Sulfur
Vlastimil Ruzicka, Jr, Eugene S. Domalski
JPCRD 22(3) pp. 619-657 (1993)
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glass ball Estimation of the Heat Capacities of Organic Liquids as a Function of Temperature Using Group Additivity: An Amendment
Milan Zábranský, Vlastimil Ruzicka, Jr.
JPCRD 33(4) pp. 1071-1081 (2004)
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glass ball Estimation of the Thermodynamic Properties of C-H-N-O-S-Halogen Compounds at 298.15 K
Eugene S. Domalski, Elizabeth D. Hearing
JPCRD 22(4) pp. 805-1159 (1993)
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glass ball Estimation of the Thermodynamic Properties of Hydrocarbons at 298.15 K
Eugene S. Domalski, Elizabeth D. Hearing
JPCRD 17(4) pp. 1637-1678 (1988)
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glass ball Evaluated Enthalpies of Formation of the Stable Closed Shell C1 and C2 Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
Jeffrey A. Manion
JPCRD 31(1) pp. 123-172 (2002)
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glass ball Evaluation of the Thermodynamic Functions for Aqueous Sodium Chloride from Equilibrium and Calorimetric Measurements below 154° C
E. Colin W. Clarke, David N. Glew
JPCRD 14(2) pp. 489-610 (1985)
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glass ball Fundamental Equations of State for Parahydrogen, Normal Hydrogen, and Orthohydrogen
J. W. Leachman, R. T. Jacobsen, S. G. Penoncello, and E. W. Lemmon
JPCRD 38(3) pp. 721-748 (2009)
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glass ball Heat Capacities and Entropies of Organic Compounds in the Condensed Phase
Eugene S. Domalski, William H. Evans, Elizabeth D. Hearing
JPCRD 13(Supplement 1) pp. 1-288 (1984)
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glass ball Heat Capacities and Entropies of Organic Compounds in the Condensed Phase. Volume III
Eugene S. Domalski, Elizabeth D. Hearing
JPCRD 25(1) pp. 1-525 (1996)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules, V. Polystyrene
Umesh Gaur, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 11(2) pp. 313-325 (1982)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules, X. Updates of the ATHAS 1980 Data Bank
Manika Varma-Nair, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 20(2) pp. 349-404 (1991)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. I. Selenium
Umesh Gaur, Hua-Cheng Shu, Aspy Mehta, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 10(1) pp. 89-117 (1981)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. II. Polyethylene
Umesh Gaur, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 10(1) pp. 119-152 (1981)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. III. Polyoxides
Umesh Gaur, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 10(4) pp. 1001-1049 (1981)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. IV. Polypropylene
Umesh Gaur, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 10(4) pp. 1051-1064 (1981)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. IX. Final Group of Aromatic and Inorganic Polymers
Umesh Gaur, Suk-fai Lau, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 12(1) pp. 91-108 (1983)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. VI. Acrylic Polymers
Umesh Gaur, Suk-fai Lau, Brent B. Wunderlich, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 11(4) pp. 1065-1089 (1982)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. VII. Other Carbon Backbone Polymers
Umesh Gaur, Brent B. Wunderlich, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 12(1) pp. 29-63 (1983)
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glass ball Heat Capacity and Other Thermodynamic Properties of Linear Macromolecules. VIII. Polyesters and Polyamides
Umesh Gaur, Suk-fai Lau, Brent B. Wunderlich, Bernhard Wunderlich
JPCRD 12(1) pp. 65-89 (1983)
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glass ball Heat Capacity of Liquid n-Heptane Converted to the International Temperature Scale of 1990
Milan Zábransky, Vlastimil Ruzicka, Jr
JPCRD 23(1) pp. 55-61 (1994)
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glass ball Heat Capacity of Liquids, Critical Review and Recommended Values, Volumes I and II
M. Zabransky, V. Ruzicka, Jr., V. Majer, E. S. Domalski
JPCRD Monograph(6) pp. 1-1596 (1996)
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glass ball Heat Capacity of Liquids: Critical Review and Recommended Values. Supplement I.
Milan Zabransky, Vlastimil Ruzicka, Jr, Eugene S. Domalski
JPCRD 30(5) pp. 1199-1689 (2001)
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glass ball Heat Capacity of Liquids: Critical Review and Recommended Values. Supplement II
Milan Zabransky, Zdenka Kolska, Vlastimil Ruzicka, and Eugene S. Domalski
JPCRD 39(1) pp. 013103-1-013103-404 (2010)
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glass ball Heat Capacity of Reference Materials: Cu and W
G. K. White, S. J. Collocott
JPCRD 13(4) pp. 1251-1257 (1984)
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glass ball Heat Capacity of Room Temperature Ionic Liquids: A Critical Review
Yauheni U. Paulechka
JPCRD 39(3) pp. 033108-1-033107-23 (2010)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties and Isomerization of n-Butane and Isobutane
S. S. Chen, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 4(4) pp. 859-869 (1975)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of CH4-(a+b+c+d) F a Cl b Br c I d Halomethanes
Shanti A. Kudchadker, Arvind P. Kudchadker
JPCRD 7(4) pp. 1285-1307 (1978)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Eight Chloroand Fluoromethanes
A. S. Rodgers, J. Chao, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 3(1) pp. 117-140 (1974)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Ethane and Propane
J. Chao, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 2(2) pp. 427-438 (1973)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Ethylene and Propylene
Jing Chao, Bruno J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 4(1) pp. 251-261 (1975)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Methanoic and Ethanoic Acids
Jing Chao, Bruno J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 7(1) pp. 363-377 (1978)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Phenol and Creosols
S. A. Kudchadker, A. P. Kudchadker, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 7(2) pp. 417-423 (1978)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Propanone and 2-Butanone
Jing Chao, Bruno J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 5(2) pp. 319-328 (1976)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Selected Bromoethanes and Iodoethane
S. A. Kudchadker, A. P. Kudchadker
JPCRD 8(2) pp. 519-526 (1979)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Six Chloroethanes
J. Chao, A. S. Rodgers, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 3(1) pp. 141-162 (1974)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Six Chlorofluoromethanes
S. S. Chen, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 5(3) pp. 571-580 (1976)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Six Fluoroethanes
S. S. Chen, A. S. Rodgers, J. Chao, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 4(2) pp. 441-456 (1975)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Sulphur Heterocyclic Compounds
O. V. Dorofeeva, L. V. Gurvich
JPCRD 24(3) pp. 1351-1375 (1995)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of the Eight Bromo- and Iodomethanes
S. A. Kudchadker, A. P. Kudchadker
JPCRD 4(2) pp. 457-470 (1975)
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glass ball JANAF Thermochemical Tables, 1974 Supplement
M. W. Chase, J. L. Curnutt, A. T. Hu, H. Prophet, A. N. Syverud, L. C. Walker
JPCRD 3(2) pp. 311-480 (1974)
glass ball Material Properties of a Sintered a-SIC
R. G. Munro
JPCRD 26(5) pp. 1195-1203 (1997)
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glass ball NIST-JANAF Thermochemical Tables for Iodine Oxides
Malcolm W. Chase
JPCRD 25(5) pp. 1297-1340 (1996)
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glass ball NIST-JANAF Thermochemical Tables for the Bromine Oxides
Malcolm W. Chase
JPCRD 25(4) pp. 1069-1111 (1996)
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glass ball NIST-JANAF Thermochemical Tables for the Oxygen Fluorides
Malcolm W. Chase
JPCRD 25(2) pp. 551-603 (1996)
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glass ball NIST-JANAF Thermochemical Tables, 4th Edition
M. Chase
JPCRD Monograph(9) pp. 1-1951 (1998)
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glass ball NIST-JANAF Thermochemical Tables. I. Ten Organic Molecules Related to Atmospheric Chemistry
Olga Dorofeeva, Vladimir P. Novikov, David B. Neumann
JPCRD 30(2) pp. 475-513 (2001)
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glass ball Physical and Thermodynamis properties of Aliphatic Alcohols
R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 2(Supplement 1) pp. 1-420 (1973)
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glass ball Reference Correlations for Thermophysical Properties of Liquid Water at 0.1 MPa
Jaroslav Patek, Jan Hruby, Jaroslav Klomfar, Monika Souckova, and Allan H. Harvey
JPCRD 38(1) pp. 21-29 (2009)
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glass ball Revised Thermochemical Properties of Phosphinidene (PH), Phosphine (PH3), Phosphorus Nitride (PN), and Magnesium Phosphate (Mg3P2O8)
Katharina Lodders
JPCRD 28(6) pp. 1705-1712 (1999)
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glass ball Simultaneous Assessment of the YBa2Cu3O6+z Thermodynamics Under the Linear Error Model
E. B. Rudnyi, V. V. Kuzmenko, G. F. Voronin
JPCRD 27(5) pp. 855-888 (1998)
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glass ball Simultaneous Treatment of Vapor Pressures and Related Thermal Data Between the Triple and Normal Boiling Temperatures for n-Alkanes C5-C20
Kvëtoslav Ruzicka, Vladimir Majer
JPCRD 23(1) pp. 1-39 (1994)
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glass ball Sixteen Thousand Evaluated Experimental Thermodynamic Property Data for Water and Steam
H. Sato, K. Watanabe, J. M. H. Levelt Senge, J. S. Gallagher, P. G. Hill, J. Straub, W. Wagner
JPCRD 20(5) pp. 1023-1044 (1991)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkane Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Catherine A. Gehrig
JPCRD 13(4) pp. 1173-1197 (1984)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkanethiol Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Ellen Burmenko, Tae H. Kang, Michael B. Chung
JPCRD 16(2) pp. 193-208 (1987)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkanol Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Michael B. Chung, Theresa M. Flood
JPCRD 16(3) pp. 391-417 (1987)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkene Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Catherine A. Gehrig
JPCRD 14(3) pp. 803-820 (1985)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkylbenzene Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty
JPCRD 14(1) pp. 177-192 (1985)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkylcyclopentane Isomer Groups, Alkylcyclohexane Isomer Groups, and Combined Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Young S. Ha
JPCRD 14(4) pp. 1107-1132 (1985)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkylnaphthalene Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Theodore M. Bloomstei
JPCRD 14(3) pp. 821-837 (1985)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Alkyne Isomer Groups
Robert A. Alberty, Ellen Burmenko
JPCRD 15(4) pp. 1339-1349 (1986)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Isomer Groups of Monochloroalkanes
Robert A. Alberty, Michael B. Chung
JPCRD 19(2) pp. 321-348 (1990)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their Isomer Groups I. Benzene Series
Robert A. Alberty, Andrea K. Reif
JPCRD 17(1) pp. 241-253 (1988)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their Isomer Groups. II. Pyrene Series, Naphthopyrene Series, and Coronene Series
Robert A. Alberty, Michael B. Chung, Andrea K. Reif
JPCRD 18(1) pp. 77-109 (1989)
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glass ball Standard Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their Isomer Groups. III. Napthocoronene Series, Ovalene Series, and First Members of Some Higher Series
Robert A. Alberty, Michael B. Chung, Andrea K. Reif
JPCRD 19(2) pp. 349-370 (1990)
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glass ball Standard Thermodynamic Functions of Gaseous Polyatomic Ions at 100-1000 K
Aharon Loewenschuss, Yitzhak Marcus
JPCRD 16(1) pp. 61-89 (1987)
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glass ball Standard Thermodynamic Functions of Some Isolated Ions at 100-1000 K
A. Loewenschuss, Y. Marcus
JPCRD 25(6) pp. 1495-1507 (1996)
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glass ball The IAWPS Formulation 1995 for the Thermodynamic Properties of Ordinary Water Substance for General and Scientific Use
Wolfgang Wagner, Andreas PruB
JPCRD 31(2) pp. 387-535 (2002)
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glass ball The Ideal Gas Thermodynamics of Diesel Fuel Ingredients. I. Naphthalene Derivatives and Their Radicals
Henry Curran, Christine Wu, Nick Marinov, W. J. Pitz, Charles K. Westbrook, Alexander Burcat
JPCRD 29(3) pp. 463-517 (2000)
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glass ball The NBS Tables of Chemical and Thermodynamic Properties. Selected Values for Inorganic and C1 and C2 Organic Substances in SI Units
Donald D. Wagman, William H. Evans, Vivian B. Parker, Richard H. Schumm, Iva Halow, Sylvia M. Bailey, Kenneth L. Churney, Ralph L. Nuttall
JPCRD 11(Supplement 2) pp. 1-392 (1982)
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glass ball The Observed Properties of Liquid Helium at the Saturated Vapor Pressure
Russell J. Donnelly, Carlo F. Barenghi
JPCRD 27(6) pp. 1217-1274 (1998)
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glass ball The Thermochemical Measurements on Rubidium Compounds: A Comparison of Measured Values with Those Predicted from the NBS Tables of Chemical and Thermodynamic Properties
V. B. Parker, W. H. Evans, R. L. Nuttall
JPCRD 16(1) pp. 7-59 (1987)
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glass ball Thermochemical Properties of Si2F6 and SiF4 in Gas and Condensed Phases
John L. Lyman, Tetsuji Noda
JPCRD 30(1) pp. 165-186 (2001)
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glass ball Thermochemical Properties, DeltaH°(298.15 K), S°(298.15 K), and Cp°(T), of 1,4-Dioxin, 2,3-Benzodioxin, Furan, 2,3-Benzofuran, and Twelve Monochloro and Dichloro Dibenzo-p-dioxins and Dibenzofurans
Li Zhu, Joseph W. Bozzelli
JPCRD 32(4) pp. 1713-1735 (2003)
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glass ball Thermochemistry of Boranes
C. L. Yu, S. H. Bauer
JPCRD 27(4) pp. 807-835 (1998)
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glass ball Thermochemistry of Oxabicyclo-Heptanes, Oxabicyclo-Heptene: Enthalpy of Formation, Entropy, Heat Capacity, and Group Additivity
Joseph W. Bozzelli and Indumathi Rajasekaran
JPCRD 36(2) pp. 663-681 (2007)
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glass ball Thermodynamic and Thermophysical Properties of Organic Nitrogen Compounds. Part II
A. Das, M. Frenkel, N. A. M. Gadalla, S. Kudchadker, K. N. Marsh, A. S. Rodgers, R. C. Wilhoit
JPCRD 22(3) pp. 659-782 (1993)
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glass ball Thermodynamic and Thermophysical Properties of Organic Nitrogen Compounds. Part I. Methanamine, Ethanamine, 1 and 2-Propanamine, Benzenamine, 2-, 3-, and 4-Methylbenzenamine
J. Chao, N. A. M. Gadella, B. E. Gammon, K. N. Marsh, A. S. Rodgers, G. R. Somayajulu, R. C. Wilhoit
JPCRD 19(6) pp. 1547-1615 (1990)
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glass ball Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Carbohydrates and their Monophosphates: The Pentoses and Hexoses
Robert N. Goldberg, Yadu B. Tewari
JPCRD 18(2) pp. 809-880 (1989)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properites of Alkenes (Mono-Olefins Larger than C4)
W. V. Steele, R. D. Chirico
JPCRD 22(2) pp. 377-430 (1993)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Air and Mixtures of Nitrogen, Argon, and Oxygen from 60 to 2000 K at Pressures to 2000 MPa
Eric W. Lemmon, Richard T. Jacobson, Steven G. Penoncello, Daniel G. Friend
JPCRD 29(3) pp. 331-385 (2000)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Alkali Metal Hydroxides. Part I. Lithium and Sodium Hydroxides
L. V. Gurvich, G. A. Bergman, L. N. Gorokhov, V. S. Iorish, V. Ya. Leonidov, V. S. Yungman
JPCRD 25(4) pp. 1211-1276 (1996)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Alkali Metal Hydroxides. Part II. Potassium, Rubidium and Cesium Hydroxides
L. V. Gurvich, G. A. Bergman, L. N. Gorokov, V. S. Iorish, V. Ya. Leonidov, V. S. Yungman
JPCRD 26(4) pp. 1031-1110 (1997)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia
Lester Haar, John S. Gallagher
JPCRD 7(3) pp. 635-792 (1978)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Magnesium Chloride Solutions From 250 to 600 K and to 100 MPa
Peiming Wang, Kenneth S. Pitzer, John M. Simonson
JPCRD 27(5) pp. 971-991 (1998)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solutions
Kenneth S. Pitzer, J. Christopher Peiper, R. H. Busey
JPCRD 13(1) pp. 1-102 (1984)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Argon from the Triple Point to 1200K with Pressures to 1000MPa
Richard B. Stewart, Richard T. Jacobsen
JPCRD 18(2) pp. 639-798 (1989)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Dioxygen Difluoride (O2F2) and Dioxygen Fluoride (O2F)
John L. Lyman
JPCRD 18(2) pp. 799-807 (1989)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Ethylene from the Freezing Line to 450 K at Pressures to 260 MPa
Majid Jahangiri, Richard T. Jacobsen, Richard B. Stewart, Robert D. McCarty
JPCRD 15(2) pp. 593-734 (1986)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Gaseous Silicon Monotelluride and the Bond Dissociation Enthalpy D°m(SiTe) at T->0
P. A. G. O'Hare
JPCRD 22(6) pp. 1455-1458 (1993)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Ideal Gas Nitro and Nitrate Compounds
Alexander Burcat
JPCRD 28(1) pp. 63-130 (1999)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Iron and Silicon
P. . D Desai
JPCRD 15(3) pp. 967-983 (1986)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Key Organic Oxygen Compounds in the Carbon Range C1 to C4. Part 1. Properties of Condensed Phases
Randolph C. Wilhoit, Jing Chao, Kenneth R. Hall
JPCRD 14(1) pp. 1-175 (1985)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Key Organic Oxygen Compounds in the Carbon Range C1 to C4. Part. 2. Ideal Gas Properties
Jing Chao, Kenneth R. Hall, Kenneth N. Marsh, Randolph C. Wilhoit
JPCRD 15(4) pp. 1369-1436 (1986)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Manganese and Molybdenum
P. D. Desai
JPCRD 16(1) pp. 91-108 (1987)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen from the Freezing Line to 2000 K at Pressures to 1000 MPa
Richard T. Jacobsen, Richard B. Stewart, Majid Jahangiri
JPCRD 15(2) pp. 735-909 (1986)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen Including Liquid and Vapor Phases from 63 K to 2000 K with Pressures to 10,000 Bar
Richard T. Jacobsen, Richard B. Stewart
JPCRD 2(4) pp. 757-922 (1973)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Normal and Deuterated Naphthalenes
S. S. Chen, S. A. Kudchadker, R. C. Wilhoit
JPCRD 8(2) pp. 527-535 (1979)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Oxygen from the Triple Point to 300 K with Pressures to 80 MPa
Richard B. Stewart, Richard T. Jacobsen, W. Wagner
JPCRD 20(5) pp. 917-1021 (1991)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Selected Binary Aluminum Alloy Systems
P. D. Desai
JPCRD 16(1) pp. 109-124 (1987)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Synthetic Sapphire (a-AIO), Standard Reference Material 720 and the Effect of Temperature-Scale Differences on Thermodynamic Properties
Donald G. Archer
JPCRD 22(6) pp. 1441-1453 (1993)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the Aqueous Sulfuric Acid System to 350 K
Frank J. Zeleznik
JPCRD 20(6) pp. 1157-1200 (1991)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the Group IA Elements
C. B. Alcock, M. W. Chase, V. P. Itkin
JPCRD 23(3) pp. 385-497 (1994)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the Group IIA Elements
C. B. Alcock, M. W. Chase, V. Itkin
JPCRD 22(1) pp. 1-85 (1993)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the KCl+H2O System
Donald G. Archer
JPCRD 28(1) pp. 1-17 (1999)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the NaBr+H2O System
Donald G. Archer
JPCRD 20(3) pp. 509-555 (1991)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the NaCl+H2O System. I. Thermodynamic Properties of NaCl(cr)
Donald G. Archer
JPCRD 21(1) pp. 1-21 (1992)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of the NaCl+HO System. II. Thermodynamic Properties of NaCl(aq), NaCl*2HO(cr), and Phase Equilibria
Donald G. Archer
JPCRD 21(4) pp. 793-829 (1992)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Twenty-One Monocyclic Hydrocarbons
O. V. Dorofeeva, L. V. Gurvich, V. S. Jorish
JPCRD 15(2) pp. 437-464 (1986)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Xenon from the Triple Point to 800 K with Pressures up to 350 MPa
O. Sifner, J. Klomfar
JPCRD 23(1) pp. 63-152 (1994)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Quantities for the Ionization Reactions of Buffers
Robert N. Goldberg, Nand Kishore, Rebecca M. Lennen
JPCRD 31(2) pp. 231-370 (2002)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Tabulations for Selected Phases in the System CaO-Al2O3SiO2-H2O at 101.325 kPa (1 atm) between 273.15 and 1800 K
John L. Haas, Jr., Gilpin R. Robinson, J, Bruce S. Hemingway
JPCRD 10(3) pp. 575-669 (1981)
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glass ball Thermodynamics Properties of the NaNO3 + H2O System
Donald G. Archer
JPCRD 29(5) pp. 1141-1156 (2000)
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glass ball Thermophysical Properties of Ethane
Daniel G. Friend, Hepburn Ingham, James F. Ely
JPCRD 20(2) pp. 275-347 (1991)
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glass ball Thermophysical Properties of Fluid D2O
J. Kestin, J. V. Sengers, B. Kamgar-Parsi, J. M. H. Levelt Senge
JPCRD 13(2) pp. 601-609 (1984)
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glass ball Thermophysical Properties of Fluids. 1. Argon, Ethylene, Parahydrogen, Nitrogen, and Nitrogen Trifluoride, and Oxygen
B. A. Younglove
JPCRD 11(Supplement 1) pp. 1-368 (1982)
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glass ball Thermophysical Properties of Fluids. II. Methane, Ethane, Propane, Isobutane, and Normal Butane
B. A. Younglove, J. F. Ely
JPCRD 16(4) pp. 577-798 (1987)
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glass ball Thermophysical Properties of Methane
Daniel G. Friend, James F. Ely, Hepburn Ingham
JPCRD 18(2) pp. 583-638 (1989)
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glass ball Toluene Thermophysical Properties from 178 to 800 K at Pressures to 1000 Bar
Robert D. Goodwin
JPCRD 18(4) pp. 1565-1636 (1989)
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