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Old   August 19, 1998, 17:48
Default Compressable liquids
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Brian
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I am looking for an equation which will allow me to calculate the density of CO2 at 247K (-15 F) and 223 psig (238 psia). I know the density of CO2 at 60 F and ATM to be 9.1621 lbs/gal.

CAN ANYONE OUT THERE HELP ME? I HAVE NO ACCESS TO ENGINEERING MANUALS AT PRESENT.

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!
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