Isothermal Properties for Nitrogen
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Isothermal Data for T = 273.16 K
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Reference States, default for fluid
|Enthalpy||H = 8.663726 kJ/mol at 298.15 K and 0.1000 MPa.|
|Entropy||S = 191.590039 J/mol*K at 298.15 K and 0.1000 MPa.|
Additional fluid properties
|Critical temperature (Tc)||126.192 K|
|Critical pressure (Pc)||3.3958 MPa|
|Critical density (Dc)||11.1839 mol/l|
|Normal boiling point||77.355 K|
|Dipole moment||0.0 Debye|
Equation of state, auxiliary model, and melting curve
Span, R.; Lemmon, E.W.; Jacobsen, R.T.; Wagner, W.; Yokozeki, A., A Reference Equation of State for the Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen for Temperatures from 63.151 to 1000 K and Pressures to 2200 MPa, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 2000, 29, 6, 1361-1433. [all data]
Jacobsen, R.T.; Stewart, R.B.; Jahangiri, M., Thermodynamic properties of nitrogen from the freezing line to 2000 K at pressures to 1000 MPa., J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 1986, 15(2), 735-909. [all data]
Auxiliary model and dielectric constant
Younglove, B.A., Thermophysical Properties of Fluids. I. Argon, Ethylene, Parahydrogen, Nitrogen, Nitrogen Trifluoride, and Oxygen, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 1982, 11, 1-11. [all data]
Lemmon, E.W.; Penoncello, S.G., The Surface Tension of Air and Air Component Mixtures, Adv. Cryo. Eng., 1994, 39, 1927-1934. [all data]
Equation of state
The uncertainty in density of the equation of state is 0.02% from the triple point up to temperatures of 523 K and pressures up to 12 MPa and from temperatures of 240 to 523 K at pressures less than 30 MPa. In the range from 270 to 350 K at pressures less than 12 MPa, the uncertainty in density is 0.01%. The uncertainty at very high pressures (>1 GPa) is 0.6% in density. The uncertainty in pressure in the critical region is estimated to be 0.02%. In the gaseous and supercritical region, the speed of sound can be calculated with a typical uncertainty of 0.005% to 0.1%. At liquid states and at high pressures, the uncertainty increases to 0.5% - 1.5%. For pressures up to 30 MPa, the estimated uncertainty for heat capacities ranges from 0.3% at gaseous and gas like supercritical states up to 0.8% at liquid states and at certain gaseous and supercritical states at low temperatures. The uncertainty is 2% for pressures up to 200 MPa and larger at higher pressures. The estimated uncertainties of vapor pressure, saturated liquid density, and saturated vapor density are in general 0.02% for each property. The formulation yields a reasonable extrapolation behavior up to the limits of chemical stability of nitrogen.
The uncertainty in thermal conductivity is 2%.
The uncertainty in viscosity is 2%, except in the dilute gas, where the uncertainty is 0.5%.
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