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    Joule Thomson

    Thank you! Nice to know about this tool, very useful, I used: http://www.chemistry.mcmaster.ca/~ayers/chem2PA3/labs/2PA36.pdf" [Broken] Equation (14) My results are slightly different, but the process in question is not isothermal, isobaric, or isochoric, the constant is enthalpy...
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    Joule Thomson

    Thanks for the reply, but I can't see how to find the Joule-Thomson coefficient.
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    Joule Thomson

    For future reference, I did figure out that you can calculate the Joule-Thomson coefficient using Van der Waals constants. Another option uses Beattie-Bridgeman constants. So I was able to figure it out from those known values.
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    Joule Thomson

    I've been scouring the web in search of a Joule Thomson coefficient value for methane, but so far no luck. I have the volume, temperature, and specific heat as well... so I could also use the coefficient of thermal expansion for methane.. but I can't find that anywhere either!! Does anyone...
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