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Mag. 5 (1960) 186. 201 R . H . Beaumont, H . Chibara and J. A . Morrison, Proc. Phys. Soc. 7 8 (1961) 1462. ^^^ to compute the vapour pressure and heats of vaporization and sublimation of solid krypton from 12 Κ to the triple point, 116 K, using the Kihara core model with parameters given by Prausnitz and M y e r s 2 0 3 . The heat of vaporization consistent with other thermodynamic data was found to be lower than most experimental values. The variatipn of ÖD with temperature between 0 Κ and 40 Κ indicates the importance of anharmonic effects even at 0 K.

D . O. Edwards and R. C. Pandorff, Phys. Rev. 140 (1965) A 816. J. , Physica, 37 (1967) 51. D . S. Greywail and J. Munarin, Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc. 15 (1970) 531. 168 THE MONATOMIC GASES: A. H. COCKETT AND K. C. 763 K. 722 K, 30 barsi79, the molar volume being about 21 ml i8o. The isothermal compressibility is about 4 X 10"^ bars-i and the coefficient of thermal expansion 1 χ 10-2 deg-i, so it is not very different from the hexagonal phase. 75 K. τ κ F I G . 3. Phase diagrams for condensed helium isotopes.

Lett. 19 (1967) 887. 162 L. S. Taylor, / . Math. Phys. 4 (1965) 824. 163 S. Y . Larsen, R. D . Mountain and R. Zwanzig, / . Chem. Phys. 42 (1965) 2187. 164 w , T. Ziegler, J. C. Mullins and A . R. Berguist, Tech. Rept. N o . 3, Project N o s . A 7 6 4 and E l 15, Georgia Inst. Tech. 165 D . H . Garside and B. L. Smith, Physica, 37 (1967) 369. SOLID HELIUM 167 The velocity of sound in liquid xenon has been measured and used to calculate the compressibilities, thermal expansion coefficient and specific heats.

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