Thermodynamic Properties of Carbon Dioxide to 24,000°K with Possible Application to the Atmosphere of Venus

by J. L. Raymond

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A study of the properties of 100 per cent CO2 (carbon dioxide) in the temperature range of 1000°K to 24,000°K and pressure range of 10-4 to 102 atmospheres. The properties calculated are enthalpy, entropy, molecular weight, density, internal energy, and molar composition. A Mollier chart for 100 per cent CO2 in these ranges is presented.

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