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The new tables are as follows: Data of Refrigerant 134a (tetrafluoroethane – CH2F–CF3) are being added because this refrigerant is environmentally more acceptable than Refrigerant 12 which it replaces. The table of R12 is being retained, however, because R12 will survive in much equipment for a long time. At present it is still uncertain whether R134a is a medium–term substitute, or will be used for much longer than a decade.
Figure 15.11 from Engineering Thermodynamics, Work and Heat Transfer (Rogers & Mayhew, Longman 1992) is being included. The table contains, for selected substances, molar enthalpies and molar Gibbs functions of formation, and Equilibrium constants of formation, as well as molar heat capacities and absolute entropies.
Very useful book for anyone studying Chemical Engineering or an aspect of itPublished 5 months ago by Allan Charles
Great condition and will prove useful in my studies. Highly recommended by lecturers.Published 6 months ago by Moop
Gives all the numbers and figures you would expect from the book, perfect for engineering university degrees with thermodynamic modules.Published 11 months ago by Adam Whitehouse
Brought this for my course at Uni, really helpful for questions that would need to be answered, recommend for those who are learning about the subject.Published 15 months ago by Theo_92