Thermophysical properties

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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.
Acetone, ammonia, cesium, Dowtherm, ethane, ethanol, Freon®-113, Freon®-123, Freon®-134a, Freon®-21, Freon®-22, Helium, heptane, lead, lithium, mercury, methanol, nitrogen, potassium, rubidium, silver, sodium, and water.
Binary diffusion coefficients at 1 atm, Diffusion coefficients in air at 1 atm, Diffusion coefficients in solids, Schmidt number for vapors in dilute mixture in air at normal temperature, enthalpy of vaporization, and boiling point at 1 atm, Schmidt numbers for dilute solution in water at 300 K, Solubility and permeability of gases in solids, Henry’s constant for selected gases in water at moderate pressure, Solubility of selected gases and solids, Solubility of inorganic compounds in water, Equilibrium compositions for the NH3-water system, Equilibrium compositions for the SO2-water system, and Thermophysical Properties: Thermodynamic properties of water vapor-air mixtures at 1 atm