Calorimetric determination of constant-pressure specific heats of carbon dioxide at elevated pressures and temperatures

Virgil E. Schrock
Dec 1952

The constant-pressure specific heat of carbon dioxide has been measured over the range of pressures and temperatures from ambient conditions to 1000 pounds per square inch gage and 1000 degrees F using a steady-flow calorimeter operating on an open cycle. It appears that the apparatus as used in this determination will yield values with a probable error of 0.5 percent at the highest temperature level considered.

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