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I tried getting (2) from (1), but I get something different, I get: we obtain

$$(1) \ \ \ \ \ \bigg( \frac{\partial T}{\partial p} \bigg)_H = \bigg[ T (\frac{\partial V}{\partial T})_p - V \bigg] / C_p$$

When the equation of state ##pV = RT(1+Bp)##, eq (1) becomes

$$ (2) \ \ \ \ (\partial T / \partial p)_H = (TdB/dT-B)/C_p$$

##T\partial V / \partial T - V = TR/p+TRB+RT^2dB/dT-RT/p-RTB = RT^2dB/dT##, how to resolve this conundrum?

Thanks.

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# A A technical question about the Joule-Thomson Experiment

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