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connard

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I'm searching for the constants in Clausius-Clapeyron equation

lnP=A-C/T

I'ld like to know the value of A and C. (for Pressure unity is hPa and Temperature is K )

Thanks

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connard

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I'm searching for the constants in Clausius-Clapeyron equation

lnP=A-C/T

I'ld like to know the value of A and C. (for Pressure unity is hPa and Temperature is K )

Thanks

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They depend on the material under consideration, and on conditions like temperture and pressure. For water you could look at some steam tables. What the equation says is that log P and 1/T are linear as a 1st approximation. The equation can be used to interpolate a data set. Ie you know P(T) for water in 5 K increments from 273 to 373 and want to know P(300.62).connard said:

I'm searching for the constants in Clausius-Clapeyron equation

lnP=A-C/T

I'ld like to know the value of A and C. (for Pressure unity is hPa and Temperature is K )

Thanks

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