Thermophysical properties

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*[[Thermophysical Properties: Gas and Liquids at Atmospheric Pressure|Gas and Liquids at Atmospheric Pressure]]
*[[Thermophysical Properties: Gas and Liquids at Atmospheric Pressure|Gas and Liquids at Atmospheric Pressure]]
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:[[Thermophysical Properties: Air at 1 atm|Air]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Carbon dioxide at 1 atm|carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>)]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Helium (He) at 1 atm|Helium (He)]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Hydrogen at 1 atm|Hydrogen (H<sub>2</sub>)]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Nitrogen at 1 atm|Nitrogen (N<sub>2</sub>)]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Oxygen at 1 atm|Oxygen (O<sub>2</sub>)]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Water vapor at 1 atm|Water (H<sub>2</sub>O) vapor]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Liquid Gasoline at 1 atm|liquid gasoline]], [[Thermophysical Properties: Engine Oil, Unused|unused engine oil]], and [[Thermophysical Properties: Volume expansion coefficients for liquids|volume expansion coefficients for liquids]].
*[[Thermophysical Properties: Phase Changes Materials|Phase Change Materials]]
*[[Thermophysical Properties: Phase Changes Materials|Phase Change Materials]]

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Aluminum and aluminum alloy, beryllium, chromium, copper and alloy, iron and steel, molybdenum, nickel and alloy, niobium, tantalum, tungsten, nonmetallic solids, and insulation materials.
Air, carbon dioxide (CO2), Helium (He), Hydrogen (H2), Nitrogen (N2), Oxygen (O2), Water (H2O) vapor, liquid gasoline, unused engine oil, and volume expansion coefficients for liquids.