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Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data -- December 2003 -- Volume 32, Issue 4, pp. 1591-1705

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Viscosity and pVT–Second Virial Coefficient of Binary Noble–Globular Gas and Globular–Globular Gas Mixtures Calculated by Means of an Isotropic Temperature-Dependent Potential

L. Zarkova
Institute of Electronics, Blvd Tzarigradsko Schoussee 72, Sofia 1784, Bulgaria
U. Hohm
Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie der TU Braunschweig, Hans-Sommer-Strasse 10, D-38106 Braunschweig, Germany
M. Damyanova
Institute of Electronics, Blvd Tzarigradsko Schoussee 72, Sofia 1784, Bulgaria

(Received 21 August 2002; revised 23 January 2003; published online 21 October 2003)

This work presents results of an extension of our earlier studies of the transport and equilibrium properties of pure heavy globular gases. It demonstrates a simple and reliable procedure for estimating the equilibrium and transport properties of their mixtures using the pure gas potentials of interaction when there are no available experimental data. Here we consider binary gas mixtures of globular gases between themselves and with the noble gases as well. The gases involved are: BF3, CH4, CF4, SiF4, SiCl4, CCl4, SF6, MoF6, WF6, UF6, C(CH3)4, Si(CH3)4, Ar, Kr, and Xe. The calculations were performed by means of the so called isotropic temperature–dependent potential (ITDP) introduced by us earlier and applied to some binary mixtures (CH4–CF4, CH4–SF6, CF4–SF6). The CH4–CH4 and noble gases potentials of interactions have been determined in a (n–6) Lennard-Jones shape in the temperature range 200–1000 K by fitting a large number of viscosity and pVT–second virial coefficient data measured by different authors with different experimental techniques. The ITDP parameters of molecular gases were taken from the tables we have determined and published earlier [L. Zarkova and U. Hohm, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 31, 183 (2002)]. Simple combination rules allow us to take into account the influence of the temperature on the thermophysical properties of the binary gas mixtures containing heavy globular molecules. Tables with potential parameters of equal and unequal particles and properties of the equimolar mixtures are given for all mixtures in the temperature range 200–900 (1000) K. The deviations between experimental and calculated viscosity and second virial coefficient data of some more examined mixtures permit to evaluate the quality of the proposed approach. ©2003 American Institute of Physics.

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