The Thermodynamics of Chemical Species Important in Aerospace Technology(Including Special Topics in Chemical Kinetics).
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Contents The heat of formation of MoF6l by solution calorimetry Molybdenum pentafluoride-vaporization properties from transpiration The vibrational spectra of molybdenum pentafluoride The measurement of the relative enthalpy of Mo2C from 273.15 to 1475 K High-speed subsecond simultaneous measurement of specific heat, electrical resistivity, and hemispherical total emittance of tantalum-10 WT. tungsten alloy in the range 1500 to 3200 K Simultaneous measurement of specific heat, electrical resistivity, and hemispherical total emittance of niobium-1 WT. zirconium alloy in the range 1500 to 2700 K Measurement of melting point and electrical resistivity above 3600 K of tungsten by a pulse heating method Measurement of melting point, Normal spectral emittance at melting point, and electrical resistivity above 2650 K of niobium A pulse heating technique for the measurement of heat of fusion of metals Rate constants for the reactions-MNH3 NH2radicalHradical M, M N2H42NH2 radical M, and M N2F42NF2 radical M Chemical kinetics of reactions of chlorine, nitrogen and oxygen fluorides in gas phase - a bibliography - 1934 through June 1972 and New ideal-gas thermochemical tables.
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