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would someone know where can one find tabulated values for the heat capacity of air [itex]c_{p}[/itex] or the ratio [itex]\gamma = c_{p}/c_{v}[/itex]?

I need those at low temperatures and pressures, e.g. tending towards zero.

So far I was only able to find [itex]\gamma[/itex] tabulated for high pressures in Perry's Chemistry Handbook.

Many thanks in advance.

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# Heat capacity of air at low temperatures

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