The thermodynamic properties of boric oxide and of aluminum oxide in the ideal gaseous state.

by Hildegard K. Kallmann-Bijl, Firmin Joseph Krieger


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A study to determine the thermodynamic properties of heat capacity, enthalpy, entropy, and free energy by the methods of statistical thermodynamics. The fundamental vibration frequencies are computed by the theory of small vibrations from nonspectroscopically determined values of the internuclear distances and the bond stretching force constants.

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