Simple Dense Fluids - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123956989, 9780323149907

Simple Dense Fluids

1st Edition

Editors: H.L. Frisch
eBook ISBN: 9780323149907
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1968
Page Count: 448
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Simple Dense Fluids is a nine-chapter text that explores the chemistry and physics of simple fluid systems. Simple systems primarily include the noble gases, the homonuclear diatomic molecules, and a select group of some polyatomic but spherically symmetrical molecules. The opening chapter describes the change of thermodynamic functions along the saturation line and how these functions can best be obtained from sets of measurements that are often in conflict, with an emphasis on the functions of three simple liquids: argon, nitrogen, and oxygen. The following chapter outlines the basic thermodynamic and statistical mechanical ideas that have been applied to the liquid-vapor interface, followed by a summary of surface tension data of simple fluids. Considerable chapters are devoted to X-ray, light, and neutron scattering measurements on simple dense fluids. This book further discusses the use of electromagnetic data, especially the dielectric constant and refractive index, in the interpretation of molecular interactions and molecular structure. The available experimental data on several nonpolar liquids and liquid mixtures are also provided. The final chapters survey the nuclear relaxation and spectroscopic data in simple liquids. These chapters also present experimental data relevant to transport phenomena in simple fluids. Workers and researchers in the field of simple dense fluids will find this book of great value.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors Foreword Preface Thermodynamic Functions along the Orthobaric Liquid Line

1. Introduction 2. The Thermodynamic Functions 3. Correlation of Experimental Results 4. Singularities at the Critical Point References

The Surface Tension of Simple Fluids

1. Introduction 2. Thermodynamics 3. Optical Measurements of the Structure of the Interface 4. Some Empirical Formulas and the Critical Point 5. Theoretical Description 6. Experimental Method 7. Data References

X-Ray Scattering Studies of Simple Fluids

1. Introduction 2. Large Angle Scattering 3. Small Angle X-Ray Scattering References

Light Scattering from Simple Dense Fluids

1. Introduction 2. Theoretical Background 3. Xenon 4. Helium 5. Other Systems 6. Conclusion References

Neutron Scattering Results

1. Neutron Method 2. Liquid Helium 3. Liquid Argon 4. Hydrogen 5. Methane References

The Electromagnetic Equation of State Data

1. Introduction 2. Theory 3. Experimental 4. Conclusion References

Nuclear Relaxation in Simple Liquids

1. Introduction 2. Experimental Results References

Spectroscopy in Simple Liquids

1. The Rare Gases 2. Hydrogen 3. Carbon Monoxide 4. Oxygen 5. Nitrogen 6. Methane References

Comments on the Experimental and Theoretical Study of Transport Phenomena in Simple Liquids

1. Introduction References 2. Comments on the Theory of Transport Phenomena References 3. Experimental Procedures and a Comparison between Theory and Observation References 4. Literature Survey

Chemical Name Index Author Index Subject Index


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