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The Low Temperature Heat Capacities, Enthalpies, and Entropies of UF4 and UF6
1.The heat capacity of also was subsequently measured by Robert D. Rands, Jr. Although this material (a gray powder) was protected from water vapor, analyses made by Homer F. Priest at Columbia University, both before and after our measurements, showed a substantial change in the sample. For this and other reasons we have decided not to publish the results, but take this opportunity of calling them to the attention of anyone who might wish to make use of them in a subsequent investigation.
2.Norman Bekkedahl and Russell B. Scott, “Specific heat of the synthetic rubber hycar‐O.R.,” J. Research Nat. Bur. Stand. 29, 87 (1942), RP1487.
3.Russell B. Scott, Cyril H. Meyers, Robert D. Rands, Jr., Ferdinand G. Brickwedde, and Norman Bekkedahl, “Thermodynamic properties of 1,3‐butadiene in the solid, liquid, and vapor states,” J. Research Nat. Bur. Stand. 35, 39 (1945), RP1661.
4.Harold J. Hoge, “Heat capacity of a two‐phase system, with applications to vapor corrections in calorimetry,” J. Research Nat. Bur. Stand. 36, 111 (1946), RP1693.
5.Martin T. Wechsler and Harold J. Hoge, Report A‐456;
5.see also the later report A‐1591.
6.Homer F. Priest, Report A‐139.
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