Thermophysical properties: liquid-vapor at saturation

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Table D.1 Phase Change Materials (PCMs) .................................................... 1094 Table D.2 Thermophysical properties at saturation for ...................... 1095 Table D.3 Thermophysical properties at saturation for .................... 1096 Table D.4 Thermophysical properties at saturation for ....................... 1097 Table D.5 Thermophysical properties at saturation for ® .............. 1097 Table D.6 Thermophysical properties at saturation for ethane ........................ 1098 Table D.7 Thermophysical properties at saturation for ethanol....................... 1098 Table D.8 Thermophysical properties at saturation for Freon®-113............... 1099 Table D.9 Thermophysical properties at saturation for Freon®-123............... 1099 Table D.10 Thermophysical properties at saturation for Freon®-134a ........... 1100 Table D.11 Thermophysical properties at saturation for Freon®-21............... 1100 Table D.12 Thermophysical properties at saturation for Freon®-22............... 1101 Table D.13 Thermophysical properties at saturation for helium ..................... 1101 Table D.14 Thermophysical properties at saturation for heptane .................... 1102 Table D.15 Thermophysical properties at saturation for lead.......................... 1102 Table D.16 Thermophysical properties at saturation for lithium..................... 1103 Table D.17 Thermophysical properties at saturation for mercury ................... 1103 Table D.18 Thermophysical properties at saturation for methanol.................. 1104 Table D.19 Thermophysical properties at saturation for nitrogen ................... 1104 Table D.20 Thermophysical properties at saturation for potassium ................ 1105 Table D.21 Thermophysical properties at saturation for rubidium.................. 1105 Table D.22 Thermophysical properties at saturation for silver........................ 1106 Table D.23 Thermophysical properties at saturation for sodium..................... 1107 Table D.24 Thermophysical properties at saturation for water........................ 1107