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THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SOME SALT SOLUTIONS BY THE TRANSIENT HOT WIRE METHOD.

Summary

THE TRANSIENT HOT WIRE METHOD WAS USED FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF LITHIUM BROMIDE + ZINC BROMIDE SOLUTIONS IN METHANOL AND OF LITHIUM BROMIDE AND CALCIUM CHLORIDE IN WATER. THE PROBLEM OF THE ELECTRIC CONDUCTIVITY OF THESE SOLUTIONS WAS SOLVED BY USING A TANTALUM WIRE WITH A THIN LAYER OF PENTANE PENTOXIDE. THESE VALUES, HAVING AN ACCURACY ESTIMATED AT + OR -3%, ARE COMPARED WITH THOSE OF OTHER WORKERS.

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  • Original title: THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF SOME SALT SOLUTIONS BY THE TRANSIENT HOT WIRE METHOD.
  • Record ID : 1985-0964
  • Languages: English
  • Source: [Refrigeration serving humanity]. Proceedings of the XVIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1983/08/07
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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