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Heat Capacities, Enthelpy Increments and Derived Thermodynamic Functions for Naphthalene Between the Temperatures 5K and 440K

Published

Author(s)

Robert D. Chirico, S E. Knipmeyer, W V. Steele

Abstract

Heat capacities and clitlialpy increments between the temperatures T = 5 K and T = 440 K were measured with adiabatic calorimetry for naphthalene. The triple-point temperature, enthalpy of fusion, heat capacities, and derived thermodynamic functions are reported for the solid and liquid phases. Results are compared with selected literature values.
Citation
Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics
Volume
34

Keywords

entropy, heat cpaacities, naphthalene

Citation

Chirico, R. , Knipmeyer, S. and Steele, W. (2003), Heat Capacities, Enthelpy Increments and Derived Thermodynamic Functions for Naphthalene Between the Temperatures 5K and 440K, Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics (Accessed April 14, 2024)
Created February 1, 2003, Updated February 17, 2017