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Matheson Gas Data Book

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Matheson Gas Data Book

Matheson Gas Data Book

982 pages, parution le 01/09/2001 (7eme édition)

Résumé

The only gas data book you'll ever need

A timely revision of a chemical engineering classic, Gas Data Book, Seventh Edition makes it easy to obtain the critical values, expert recommendations, and regulatory facts you need for design, operation, or research. Avoid errors as you calculate behavior under different conditions. Save money with practical, up-to-date advice on equipment and procedures. Save lives with safety, fire prevention, and fire control tips. Edited by Carl Yaws, this most comprehensive, convenient compendium of scientific data on gases ever put into a single sourcebook provides you with:

  • Profiles of 80 gases
  • Authoritative facts and figures on the full spectrum of properties for 157 gases
  • Tables and graphs to clearly illustrate many data sets
  • Expanded coverage of physical, thermodynamic, environmental, transport, safety, and health and related properties of gases of major importance
  • Details for applications and government regulations
  • More
The most comprehensive—and convenient—compendium of scientific data on gases ever put into a single sourcebookWhether you work in chemical engineering or environmental protection and safety, manage hazardous materials, or do research, this unprecedented scientific resource is a timesaver. It puts necessary data that's often hard to find or difficult to calculate at your fingertips, in easy-access format. Packed with literally thousands of authoritative answers, this expanded and updated Matheson Gas Data Book makes it quick and convenient to:
  • Put your finger on authoritative facts and figures on the full spectrum of properties for 157 gases, one chemical at a time
  • Avoid calculations and errors with unique temperature-dependency graphs and other handy charts
  • Calculate behavior under different conditions with at-hand formulas and equations
  • Design and operate gas-using processes safely and effectively
  • Increase efficiency and safety in process plants with information on the best controllers—electronic mass flow, automatic pressure regulators, flowmeters, and more
  • Save money with practical, up-to-date advice on equipment and procedures--valves, leak detection, disposal of leaking cylinders, transport, safety equipment, and first aid
  • Ensure safety, fire prevention, and fire control with expert precautions on handling, storage, and materials
  • Save research time with listings of commercial preparations, shipping regulations, analytic properties, tests, and more
  • And benefit from numerous other efficiency-boosting uses
The only gas data book you'll ever needUseful for hundreds of on-the-job information requirements, this much-needed Gas Data Book makes it easy to obtain the critical values, expert recommendations, and regulatory facts you need for design, operation, or research. Keep it nearby, and you'll soon discover why this reference is a classic.

AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATIONON EACH OF 157 GASES

  • Physical Properties
  • Description Specifications
  • Uses
  • Toxicity
  • First Aid
  • Precautions in Handling and Storage
  • Leak Detection and Control
  • Disposal of Leaking Cylinders
  • Analytical Detection
  • Fire Prevention and Control
  • Materials of Construction
  • Cylinder and Valve Description
  • Pressure Devices
  • Recommended Controls (Automatic Pressure Regulators; Flowmeters; Electronic Mass Flow Controllers)
  • Shipping Regulations
  • Commercial Preparations
  • Chemical – Thermodynamic – Transport – Environmental – Health-Related Properties
  • Critical Properties and Acentric Factor
  • Heat Capacity of Gas
  • Heat Capacity of Liquid
  • Heat Capacity of Solid
  • Vapor Pressure
  • Density of Liquid
  • Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
  • Enthalpy of Vaporization
  • Enthalpy of Fusion
  • Surface Tension
  • Enthalpy of Combustion
  • Enthalpy of Formation
  • Gibbs Energy of Formation
  • Solubility in Water
  • Octanol-Water Partition Coefficient
  • Henry's Law Constant for Compound in Water
  • Refractive Index
  • Dipole Moment
  • Radius of Gyration
  • Explosion Limits in Air
  • Flash Point
  • Autoignition Temperature
  • Threshold Limit Values (ACGIH)
  • Permissible Exposure Limit (OSHA)
  • Viscosity of Gas
  • Viscosity of Liquid
  • Thermal Conductivity of Gas
  • Thermal Conductivity of Liquid
  • Individual Graphs for Property Values at Temperatures of Interest
  • Vapor Pressure
  • Density
  • Heat of Vaporization
  • Heat Capacity
  • Enthalpy
  • Viscosity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Enthalpy of Formation
  • Gibb's Energy of Formation
  • Gas and Liquid Phases
Contents
  • Chapter 1: Acetylene.
  • Chapter 2: Air.
  • Chapter 3: Allene.
  • Chapter 4: Ammonia.
  • Chapter 5: Argon.
  • Chapter 6: Arsenic Pentafluoride.
  • Chapter 7: Arsine.
  • Chapter 8: Boron Trichloride.
  • Chapter 9: Boron Trifluoride.
  • Chapter 10: Bromine Pentaflouride.
  • Chapter 11: Bromine Trifluoride.
  • Chapter 12: Bromotrifluoroethylene.
  • Chapter 13: Bromotrifluoromethane.
  • Chapter 14: 1,3-Butadiene.
  • Chapter 15: Butane.
  • Chapter 16: 1-Butene.
  • Chapter 17: cis-2 -Butene.
  • Chapter 18: trans-2-Butene.
  • Chapter 19: Butyl Mercaptan.
  • Chapter 20: sec-Butyl Mercapatan.
  • Chapter 21: tert-Butyl Mercapatan.
  • Chapter 22: Carbon Dioxide.
  • Chapter 23: Carbon Disulfide.
  • Chapter 24: Carbon Monoxide.
  • Chapter 25: Carbon Tetrachloride.
  • Chapter 26: Carbon Tetrafluoride.
  • Chapter 27: Carbonyl Fluoride.
  • Chapter 28: Carbonyl Sulfide.
  • Chapter 29: Chlorine.
  • Chapter 30: Chlorine Trifluoride.
  • Chapter 31: 2-Chloro-1,3-Butadiene.
  • Chapter 32: Chlorodifluoromethane.
  • Chapter 33: Chloropentafluoroethane.
  • Chapter 34: Chlorotrifluoroethylene.
  • Chapter 35: Chlorotrifluoromoethane.
  • Chapter 36: Cyanogen.
  • Chapter 37: Cyanogen Chloride.
  • Chapter 38: Cyclobutane.
  • Chapter 39: Cyclohexane.
  • Chapter 40: Cyclopentane.
  • Chapter 41: Cyclopropane.
  • Chapter 42: Decane.
  • Chapter 43: Deuterium.
  • Chapter 44: Diborane.
  • Chapter 45: Dibromodifluoromethane.
  • Chapter 46: 1,2-Dibromotetrafluoroethane.
  • Chapter 47: Dichlorodifluoromethane.
  • Chapter 48: Dichlorofluoromethane.
  • Chapter 49: Dichlorosilane.
  • Chapter 50: 1,2-Dichlorotetrafluoroethane.
  • Chapter 51: Diethyl Disulfide.
  • Chapter 52: Diethyl Sulfide.
  • Chapter 53: 1,1-Difluoro-1-Chloroethane.
  • Chapter 54: 1,1-Difluoroethane.
  • Chapter 55: 1,1-Difluoroethylene.
  • Chapter 56: Difluoromethane.
  • Chapter 57: Dimethylamine.
  • Chapter 58: Dimethyl Disulfide.
  • Chapter 59: Dimethyl Ether.
  • Chapter 60: 2,2-Dimethylpropane.
  • Chapter 61: Dimethyl Sulfide.
  • Chapter 62: Disilane.
  • Chapter 63: Ethane.
  • Chapter 64: Ethylacetylene.
  • Chapter 65: Ethylamine.
  • Chapter 66: Ethyl Chloride.
  • Chapter 67: Ethylene.
  • Chapter 68: Ethylene Oxide.
  • Chapter 69: Ehtyl Mercaptan.
  • Chapter 70: Fluoride.
  • Chapter 71: Germane.
  • Chapter 72: Germanium Tetrafluoride.
  • Chapter 73: Helium.
  • Chapter 74: Heptane.
  • Chapter 75: Hexafluoroacetone.
  • Chapter 76: Hexafluoroethane.
  • Chapter 77: Hexafluoropropylene.
  • Chapter 78: Hexane.
  • Chapter 79: Hydrogen.
  • Chapter 80: Hydrogen Bromide.
  • Chapter 81: Hydrogen Chloride.
  • Chapter 82: Hydrogen Cyanide.
  • Chapter 83: Hydrogen Fluoride.
  • Chapter 84: Hydrogen Iodine.
  • Chapter 85: Hydrogen Selenide.
  • Chapter 86: Hydrogen Sulfide.
  • Chapter 87: Iodine Pentafluoride.
  • Chapter 88: Isobutane.
  • Chapter 89: Isobutylene.
  • Chapter 90: Isobutyl Mercaptan.
  • Chapter 91: Isopropyl Mercaptan.
  • Chapter 92: Krypton.
  • Chapter 93: Mapp Gas.
  • Chapter 94: Methane.
  • Chapter 95: Methlacetylene.
  • Chapter 96: Methyl Bromide.
  • Chapter 97: 3-Methyl-1-Butene.
  • Chapter 98: Methyl Chloride.
  • Chapter 99: Methyl Ethyl Ether.
  • Chapter 100: Methyl Ethyl Sulfide.
  • Chapter 101: Methyl Fluoride.
  • Chapter 102: Methyl Mercaptan.
  • Chapter 103: Methyl Vinyl Ether.
  • Chapter 104: Monomethylamine.
  • Chapter 105: Neon.
  • Chapter 106: Nickel Carbonyl.
  • Chapter 107: Nitric Oxide.
  • Chapter 108: Nitrogen.
  • Chapter 109: Nitrogen Dioxide.
  • Chapter 110: Nitrogen Trifluoride.
  • Chapter 111: Nitrogen Trioxide.
  • Chapter 112: Nitrosyl Chloride.
  • Chapter 113: Nitrous Oxide.
  • Chapter 114: Octane.
  • Chapter 115: Octafluorocyclobutane.
  • Chapter 116: Octafluorocyclopentene.
  • Chapter 117: Oxygen.
  • Chapter 118: Oxygen Difluoride.
  • Chapter 119: Ozone.
  • Chapter 120: Pentafluoroethane.
  • Chapter 121: Pentane.
  • Chapter 122: Perchloryl Fluoride.
  • Chapter 123: Perfluorobutane.
  • Chapter 124: Perfluoro-2-Butene.
  • Chapter 125: Perfluoropropane.
  • Chapter 126: Phosgene.
  • Chapter 127: Phosphine.
  • Chapter 128: Phosphorous Pentafluoride.
  • Chapter 129: Phosphorous Trifluoride.
  • Chapter 130: Propane.
  • Chapter 131: Propylene.
  • Chapter 132: Propylene Oxide.
  • Chapter 133: Propyl Mercaptan.
  • Chapter 134: Silane.
  • Chapter 135: Silicon Tetrachloride.
  • Chapter 136: Silicon Tetrafluoride.
  • Chapter 137: Sulfur Dioxide.
  • Chapter 138: Sulfur Hexafluoride.
  • Chapter 139: Sulfur Tetrafluoride.
  • Chapter 140: Sulfuryl Fluoride.
  • Chapter 141: Tetrachloroethlyene.
  • Chapter 142: Tetrafluoroethylene.
  • Chapter 143: Tetrafluorohydrazine.
  • Chapter 144: Tetrahydrothiophene.
  • Chapter 145: Thiophene.
  • Chapter 146: Trichlorofluoromethane.
  • Chapter 147: Trichlorosilane.
  • Chapter 148: 1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-Trifluoroethane.
  • Chapter 149: Trifluoromethane.
  • Chapter 150: Trimethylamine.
  • Chapter 151: Trimethyl Silane.
  • Chapter 152: Tungsten Hexafluoride.
  • Chapter 153: Vinyl Acetylene.
  • Chapter 154: Vinyl Bromide.
  • Chapter 155: Vinyl Chloride.
  • Chapter 156: Vinyl Fluoride.
  • Chapter 157: Xenon.
  • References.

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "Matheson Gas Data Book"

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Éditeur(s) Mc Graw Hill
Auteur(s) Carl L. Yaws
Parution 01/09/2001
Édition  7eme édition
Nb. de pages 982
Format 22 x 28,5
Couverture Relié
Poids 2500g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780071358545

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