References (go back to PureFluids)

Argon: Ar
  • Stewart & Jacobsen (1989) Thermodynamic properties of Argon from the triple point to 1200 K with pressures to 1000 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 18, 639-718.
  • Tegeler, Span & Wagner (1999) A new equation of state for argon covering the fluid region for temperatures from the melting line to 700 K at pressures up to 1000 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 28, 779-850.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Methane: CH
  • Setzmann & Wagner (1991) A new equation of state and tables of thermodynamic properties for methane covering the range from the melting line to 625 K at pressures up to 1000 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 20, 1061-1155.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Fluoromethane : CH
F (R-41)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Ethane: C
H
  • Bücker & Wagner (2006) A reference equation of state for the thermodynamic properties of ethane for temperatures from the melting line to 675 K and pressures up to 900 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 35, 205-266.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Hexafluoroethane: CF (R-116)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

1,1-Dichloro-1-fluoroethane : C
HClF (R-141b)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane: C
HClF (R-142b)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Propane: CH
  • Lemmon, McLinden & Wagner (2009) Thermodynamic properties of propane. III. A reference equation of state for temperatures from the melting line to 650 K and pressures up to 1000 MPa. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 54, 3141-3180.
  • Bücker & Wagner (2006) A reference equation of state for the thermodynamic properties of fluid phase n-butane and isobutane. J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data., 35, 929-1019.
  • Miyamoto & Watanabe (2000) A thermodynamic property model for fluid-phase propane. International Journal of Thermophysics, 21, 1045-1072.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Octafluoropropane: C
F (R-218)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

1,1,1,3,3-Pentafluoropropane: C
HF (R-245fa)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Butane: C
H₁₀
  • Bücker & Wagner (2006) A reference equation of state for the thermodynamic properties of fluid phase n-butane and isobutane. J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data., 35, 929-1019.
  • Miyamoto & Watanabe (2000) Thermodynamic property model for fluid-phase Butane. International Journal of Thermophysics, 22, 459-475.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

2-Methylbutane: CH₁₂ (isopentane)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Pentane: CH₁₂
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

2,2-Dimethylpropane: C
H₁₂ (neopentane)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Hexane: C
H₁₄
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

2-Methylpentane: C
H₁₄ (isohexane)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Heptane: C
H₁₆
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Octane: C
H₁₈
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Nonane: C
H₂₀
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Decane: C
₁₀H₂₂
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Methylbenzene: C
HCH (toluene)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

2-Propanone: C
HO (acetone)
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Carbon monoxide: CO
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Carbonyl sulfide: COS
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Carbon dioxide: CO
  • Span & Wagner (1996) A new equation of state for carbon dioxide covering the fluid region from the triple-point temperature to 1100 K at pressures up to 800 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 25, 1509-1596.

Hydrogen: H
  • Leachman, Jacobsen, Penoncello & Lemmon (2009) Fundamental equations of state for parahydrogen, normal hydrogen, and orthohydrogen. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 38, 721-748 .

Parahydrogen: H-para
  • Leachman, Jacobsen, Penoncello & Lemmon (2009) Fundamental equations of state for parahydrogen, normal hydrogen, and orthohydrogen. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 38, 721-748.

Orthohydrogen: H-ortho
  • Leachman, Jacobsen, Penoncello & Lemmon (2009) Fundamental equations of state for parahydrogen, normal hydrogen, and orthohydrogen. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 38, 721-748.

Helium: He
  • McCarthy & Arp (1990) A new wide range equation of state for helium. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, 35, 1465-1475.
  • Jacobsen, Penoncello & Lemmon (1997) Thermodynamic properties of cryogenic fluids. The international cryogenic monograph series, Plenum Press.

Water: HO
  • Saul & Wagner (1989) A Fundamental equation for water covering the range from the melting line to 1273 K at pressures up to 25000 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 18, 1537-1564.
  • Wagner & Pruß (2002) The IAPWS formulations 1995 for the thermodynamic properties of ordinary water substance for general and scientific use. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 31, 387-535.

hydrogen sulfide: HS
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Krypton: Kr
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Nitrogen: N

  • Jacobsen, Stewart & Jahangiri (1986) Thermodynamic properties of Nitrogen from the freeting line to 2000 K with pressures to 1000 MPa. J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data., 15, 735-909.
  • Span, Lemmon, Jacobsen, Wagner & Yokozeki (2000) A reference equation of state for the thermodynamic properties of nitrogen for temperatures from 63.151 to 1000 K and pressures to 2200 MPa. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 29, 1361-1433.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109

Ammonia: NH

  • Tillner-Roth, Harms-Watzenberg & Baehr (1993) Eine neue Fundamentalgleichung für Ammoniak. DKV-Tagungsbericht 20, 167-181.

nitrous oxide: N
O
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Neon: Ne
  • Katti, Jacobsen, Stewart & Jahangiri (1986) Thermodynamic properties of neon for temperatures from the triple point to 700 K at pressures to 700 MPa. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, 31, 1189-1197.

Oxygen: O

  • Schmidt & Wagner (1985) A new form of the equation of state for pure substances and its application to oxygen. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 19, 175-200.
  • Span & Wagner (2003) Equations of state for technical Applications. II. Results for nonpolar fluids. International Journal of Thermophysics, 24, 41-109.

Sulfure dioxide: SO

  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.

Xenon: Xe
  • Lemmon & Span (2006) Short fundamental equations of state for 20 industrial fluids. Journal of Chemical Engineering Data, 51, 785-850.