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Old   August 11, 2009, 17:27
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Hello all:

There are curve-fitted functions (of temperature) describing the constant-pressure specific heats (Cp) for many different gases. I need a function describing the Cp for Argon from 300K to 3500K and none of my references here have it. Does anyone have a reference with this function in it? Thanks in advance.


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Try NIST webbook - http://webbook.nist.gov
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