Thermophysical Properties: Volume expansion coefficients for liquids

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==References==
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Mills, A.F., 1999, Basic Heat and Mass Transfer, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
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Faghri Amir , Zhang Yuwen , Howell John, Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, 1st ed., Global Digital Press

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Liquid T (K) β × 103 (1/K)
Ammonia 293 2.45
Engine oil(SAE 50) 273 0.70
430 0.70
Ethylene glycol C2H4(OH)2 273 0.65
373 0.65
Refrigerant-22 250 2.27
260 2.41
270 2.58
280 2.78
290 3.03
300 3.35
310 3.75
320 4.30
330 5.09
340 6.34
350 8.64
Refrigerant-134a 230 2.00
240 2.09
250 2.20
260 2.32
270 2.47
280 2.65
290 2.86
300 3.13
310 3.48
320 3.95
330 4.61
340 5.60
350 7.32
Glycerin C3H5(OH)3 280 0.47
300 0.48
320 0.50
Liquid T (K) β × 103 (1/K)
Hydrogen 20.3 15.1
Mercury 273 0.18
550 0.18
Nitrogen 70 4.9
77.4 5.7
80 5.9
90 7.2
100 9.0
110 12
120 24
Oxygen 89 2.0
Sodium 366 0.27
Therminol® 60 230 0.79
250 0.75
300 0.70
350 0.70
400 0.76
450 0.84
500 0.96
550 1.1


References

Mills, A.F., 1999, Basic Heat and Mass Transfer, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Faghri Amir , Zhang Yuwen , Howell John, Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, 1st ed., Global Digital Press