Thermodynamic Properties of Individual Substances. Volume 1: Calculation of the Thermodynamic Properties. Part 2: Chapters 16 thru 27
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Methods of calculating the thermodynamic properties of individual substances are described, and critical analysis is given of the literature data until 1960, including the constants necessary for the calculation of the tables of the thermodynamic properties molecular constants, heats of formation and heats of phase transitions, specific heats, dissociation energies, etc., the choice of the values of these constants accepted in the Handbook is substantiated and their values are estimated for such cases where experimental data are lacking. This second part of Volume I covers the following elements and compounds C, CH4 C2H6, C2H4, S, B, Al, Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba.