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Absolute enthalpy h of a gas isolated from other phases. For real materials, this property will be a function of temperature T and pressure p, whereas is will only be function of temperature T for an ideal gas. Reported in units of kJ/mol. All entropies and enthalpies are derived through integration from absolute zero of the heat capacities. Integration constants at phase transition temperatures are included as equation constants.
Please note that the equations below are expressed in terms of heat capacity and not in the necessary integral form.
cp/Rgas = a0 + (a1/T2)×e-a2/T + a3×Y2 + [a4 - a5 /(T - a7)2]×Y8
|Y =||0,||T ≤ a7|
|(T - a7)/(T - a6),||T > a7|
c = ∑aiTi, i ∈ [0, nterms - 1]
where Rgas = universal gas constant
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