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The first item is the primary reference for the Gas Properties Program.

  1. Hendricks, Robert C. ; Baron, Anne K.; and Peller, Ildiko, C.: GASP - A Computer Code for Calculating the Thermodynamic and Transport Properties for Ten Fluids: Parahydrogen, Helium, Neon, Methane, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen, Fluorine, Argon, and Carbon Dioxide. NASA Technical Note D-7808, February 1975.
  2. Pew, K. J.; Hendricks, R. C. ; and Simoneau, R. J.: NTWO - A Nitrogen Properties Package. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, vol. 16, K. D. Timmerhaus, ed., Plenum Press, 1971, pp. 78-87.
  3. Bender, E.: Zur Aufstellung Von Zustandsgleichungen Aug Denen Sich Die Sattigungsgrossen Exakt Berechnen Lassen-Gezeigt Am Beispiel Des Methans. Kaltetechnik-Klimatisierung, vol. 23, no. 9, Jan. 1971, pp. 258-264.
  4. Bender, E.: Equations of State Exactly Representing the Phase Behavior of Pure Substances. Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Thermophysical Properties. ASME, 1970, pp. 227-235.
  5. Bender, Eberhard: The Calculation of Phase Equilibria from a Thermal Equation of State Applied to the Pure Fluids Argon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Thin Mixtures. Verlag C. F. Mueller, Karlsruhe, 1973.
  6. Benedict, Manson; Webb, George B.; and Rubin, Louis C.: An Empirical Equation for Thermodynamic Properties of Light Hydrocarbons and Their Mixtures. I. Methane, Ethane, Propane and n-Butane. J. Chem. Phys., vol. 8, no. 4, Apr. 1940, pp. 334-345.
  7. Strobridge, Thomas R.: The Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen from 64° to 300° K Between 0. 1 and 200 Atmospheres. Tech. Note 129, National Bureau of Standards, Jan. 1962.
  8. Roder, Hans M. ; and Goodwin, Robert D.: Provisional Thermodynamic Functions for Para-Hydrogen. Tech. Note 130, National Bureau of Standards, Dec. 1961.
  9. Hust, J. G. ; and Stewart, R. B.: Thermodynamic Property Values for Gaseous and Liquid Carbon Monoxide from 70° to 300° K with Pressures to 300 Atmospheres. Tech. Note 202, National Bureau of Standards, Nov. 30, 1963.
  10. McCarty, R. D. ; and Stewart, R. B.: Thermodynamic Properties of Neon from 25° to 300° K Between 0.1 and 200 Atmospheres. Advances in Thermophysical Properties at Extreme Temperatures and Pressures, Serge Gratch, ed., ASME, 1965, pp. 84-97.
  11. Mann, Douglas B.: The Thermodynamic Properties of Helium from 3° to 300° K Between 0. 5 and 100 Atmospheres. Tech. Note 154, National Bureau of Standards, Jan. 1962.
  12. Maxwell, J. C.: On the Dynamical Evidence of the Molecular Constitution of Bodies. J. Chem. Soc., vol. 13, 1875, pp. 493-508.
  13. Goodwin, R. D.: Thermal Physical Properties of Methane from 90 to 500 K at Pressures to 700 Bar. NBS TN-653, 1974.
  14. Goodwin, Robert D.: Thermophysical Properties of Methane: Virial Coefficients, Vapor and Melting Pressures. J. Res. Nat. Bureau Standards, vol. 74A, no. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1970, pp. 655-660.
  15. Mann, D. B. ; and Stewart, R. B.: Thermodynamic Properties of Helium at Low Temperatures and High Pressures. Tech. Note 8, National Bureau of Standards, 1959.
  16. McCarty, R. D.: Provisional Thermodynamic Functions for Helium-4 for Temperatures from 2 to 1500 K with Pressures to 100 MN/m2 (1000 Atmospheres). Report 9762, National Bureau of Standards (NASA CR-114212), 1970.
  17. McCarty, R. D.: Thermophysical Properties of Helium-4 from 2 to 1500 K with Pressures to 1000 Atm. NBS TN-631, National Bureau of Standards, 1972.
  18. Prydz, R.; and Straty, G. C.: Thermodynamic Properties of Compressed Gaseous and Liquid Fluorine. NBS TN-392-REV, National Bureau of Standards, 1973.
  19. Roder, H. M.; Weber, L. A.; and Goodwin, R. D.: Thermodynamic and Related Properties of Para-hydrogen from the Triple Point to 100° K at Pressures to 340 Atmospheres. Monograph 94, National Bureau of Standards (NASA CR-64443), 1965.
  20. McCarty, Robert D.; and Weber, Lloyd A.: Thermophysical Properties of Para-hydrogen from the Freezing Liquid Line to 5000° R for Pressures to 10 000 PSIA. NBS TN-617, National Bureau of Standards (NASA CR-127701), 1972.
  21. Bird, R. Byron; Stewart, Warren E.; and Lightfoot, Edwin N.: Transport Phenomena. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1963.
  22. Diller, D. E.; Hanley, H. J. M.; and Roder, H. M.: The Density and Temperature Dependence of the Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Dense and Simple Fluids. Cryogenics, vol. 10, no. 4, Aug. 1970, pp. 286-294.
  23. Jossi, John A.; Stiel, Leonard I.; and Thodos, George: The Viscosity of Pure Substances in the Dense Gaseous and Liquid Phases. AIChE J., vol. 8, no. 1, Mar. 1962, pp. 59-63.
  24. Mason, E. A. ; and Monchick, L.: Heat Conductivity of Polyatomic and Polar Gases J. Chem. Phys., vol. 36, no. 6, Mar. 15, 1962, pp. 1622-1639.
  25. Brokaw, R. S.: Statistical Mechanical Theories of Transport Properties. NASA Technical Memorandum X-52478, September 1968.
  26. Stiel, Leonard I.; and Thodos, George: The Thermal Conductivity of Nonpolar Substances in the Dense Gaseous and Liquid Regions. AIChE J., vol. 10, no. 1, Jan. 1964, pp. 26-30.
  27. Roder, H. M. ; and Diller, D. E.: Thermal Conductivity of Gaseous and Liquid Hydrogen. J. Chem. Phys., vol. 52, no. 11, June 1970, pp. 5928-5949.
  28. Roder, Hans M.: Correlation of Thermal Conductivity Measurements on Compressed Gaseous and Liquid Helium-4. NBS Lab Note, National Bureau of Standards, 1971.
  29. Sengers, J. V.: Transport Properties of Gases and Binary Liquids Near the Critical Point. NASA Contractor Report 2112, 1972.
  30. LeNeindre, B.; Tufeu, R.; Bury, P.; and Sengers, J. V.: Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Dioxide and Steam in the Supercritical Region. Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. vol. 77, no. 4, 1973, pp. 262-275.
  31. Hendricks, R. C.; and Baron, A.: Prediction of the Thermal Conductivity Anomaly of Simple Substances in the Critical Region. NASA Technical Memorandum X-52955, 1971.
  32. Sengers, J. V. ; and Keyes, P. H.: Scaling of the Thermal Conductivity Near the Gas-Liquid Critical Point. Tech. Rep. 71-061, Univ. Maryland, Dec. 1970.
  33. Brock, James R. ; and Bird, R. Byron: Surface Tension and the Principle of Corresponding States. AIChE J., vol. 1, no. 2, June 1955, pp. 174-177.
  34. Jansoone, V.; Gielen, H.; DeBoelpaep, J.; and Verbeeke, O. B.: The Pressure-Temperature-Volume Relationship of Methane Near the Critical Point. Physica, vol. 46, 1970, pp. 213-221.
  35. Vennix, Alan J.: Low Temperature Volumetric Properties and the Development of an Equation of State for Methane. Ph. D. Thesis, Rice University, 1966.
  36. Weber, L. A.: Some Vapor Pressure and PVT Data on Nitrogen in the Range of 65 to 140 K. J. Chem. Thermodynamics, vol. 2, no. 6, Nov. 1970, pp. 839-846.
  37. Coleman, T. C.; and Stewart, R. B.: Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen from 70 K to 1000 K with Pressures to 1000 Atm. Presented at the NAS-NRC 13th International Congress of Refrigeration, Washington, D.C., Aug. 27-Sept. 3, 1971.
  38. Hendricks, Robert C.; Peller, Ildiko C.; and Baron, Anne K.: Joule-Thomson Inversion Curves and Related Coefficients for Several Simple Fluids, NASA Technical Note D-6807, July 1972.
  39. Weber, L. A.: Thermodynamic and Related Properties of Oxygen from the Triple Point to 300 K at Pressures to 330 Atmospheres. Rep. 9710, National Bureau of Standards (NASA CR-99159), 1968.
  40. Van Itterbeek, A.; Verbeeke, O.; and Staes, K.: Measurements on the Equation of State of Liquid Argon and Methane up to 300 kg/cm2 at Low Temperatures. Physica, vol. 29, 1963, pp. 742-754.
  41. Michels, A. ; Blaisse, B.; and Michels, C.: The Isotherms of CO2 in the Neighborhood of the Critical Point and Round the Coexistence Line. Proc. Roy. Soc. (London), ser. A., vol. 160, no. 902, June 1, 1937, pp. 358-375.
  42. Prydz, R.; Straty, G. C.; and Timmerhaus, K. D.: Properties of Fluorine Along the Vapor-Liquid Coexistence Boundary. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, vol. 15, K. D. Timmerhaus, ed. , Plenum Press, 1970, pp. 36-41.
  43. Johnson, Victor J., ed.: A Compendium of the Properties of Materials at Low Temperature. Phase I. National Bureau of Standards, Dec. 1959.
  44. Stewart, R. B.; Jacobsen, R. T.; and Meyers, A. F.: An Equation of State for Oxygen and Nitrogen. Cryogenic Engineering Conference, Boulder, Colo. , Aug. 9-11, 1972, pp. 248-255.
  45. Hust, J. G.; and McCarty, R. D.: Curve Fitting Techniques and Applications to Thermodynamics. Cryogenics, vol. 7, no. 4, Aug. 1967, pp. 200-206.
  46. McCarty, R. D.: A Modified Benedict-Webb-Rubin Equation of State for Methane Using Recent Experimental Data. Cryogenics, vol. 14, no. 5, May 1974, pp. 276-280.
  47. Rogers, John D.; and Brickwedde, F. G.: Excess Transport Properties of Light Molecules, AIChE J., vol. 11, no. 2, Mar. 1965, pp. 304-310.
  48. Agrawal, G. M.; and Thodos, G.: Viscosities of Cryogenic Fluids in the Saturated Liquid State. Physica, vol. 50, 1970, pp. 397-409.
  49. Grevendonk, W.; Herreman, W.; and DeBock, A.: Measurements on the Viscosity of Liquid Nitrogen. Physica, vol. 46, 1970, pp. 600-604.
  50. Diller, Dwain E.: Measurements of the Viscosity of Parahydrogen. J. Chem. Phys., vol. 42, no. 6, Mar. 1965, pp. 2089-2100.
  51. De Bock, A.; Grevendonk, W.; Herrerman, W.: Shear Viscosity of Liquid Argon. Physica, vol. 37, 1967, pp. 227-232.
  52. Grevendonk, W.; Herreman, W.; De Pesseroey, W.; and DeBock, A.: On The Shear Viscosity of Liquid Oxygen. Physica, vol. 40, 1968, pp. 207-212.
  53. Van Itterbeek, A.; Hellemans, J.; and Van Cautereu, M.: Viscosities of Liquified Gases at Pressures Between 1 and 100 Atmospheres. Physica, vol. 32, 1966, pp. 2171-2172.
  54. Hellemans, J.; Zink, H.; and Van Paemel, O.: The Viscosity of Liquid Argon and Liquid Methane Along Isotherms as a Function of Pressure. Physica, vol. 46, Jan. 1970, pp. 395-410.
  55. Haynes, W. M.: Viscosity of Gaseous and Liquid Argon. Physica, vol. 67, 1973, pp. 440-470.
  56. Gibbon, Richard M.; and Kuebler, Gerard P.: Research on Materials Essential to Cryocooler Technology - Thermophysical and Transport Properties of Argon, Neon, Nitrogen, and Helium-4. Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (AD-852010; AFML -TR -68 -370), 1968.
  57. Bratby, P. A. W.; and Harris, E. A.: The Viscosity of Liquid Neon Isotopes. Physical Letters, vol. 40A, no. 1, June 1972, pp. 25, 26.
  58. Bewilogua, L; Handstein, A.; and Heoger, H.: Measurements on Light Neon. Cryogenics, vol. 6, Feb. 1966, pp. 21-24.
  59. Haynes, W. M.: Viscosity of Liquid Methane. Physica, vol. 70, 1973, pp. 410-412.
  60. Zhdanova, N. F.: Temperature Dependence of the Viscosity of Liquefied Nitrogen at Constant Density. Zhur. Eksptl. i Learet. Fiz., vol. 31, 1956, pp. 14-17.
  61. Zhdanova, N. F.: Temperature Dependence of Viscosity of Liquid Argon. Zhur. Eksptl. i Learet. Fiz., vol. 31, 1956, pp. 724-725.
  62. Forster, S.: Viscosity Measurements in Liquid Neon, Argon, and Nitrogen. Cryogenics, vol. 3, Sept. 1963, pp. 176-177.
  63. Huth, F.: The Viscosity of Liquid Neon. Cryogenics, vol. 2, Dec. 1962, p. 368.
  64. Boon, J. P.; Legros, J. C.; and Thomaes, G.: On the Principle of Corresponding States for the Viscosity of Simple Liquids. Physica, vol. 33, 1967, pp. 547-557.
  65. Morsy, Tawfik, E.: Extended Benedict-Webb-Rubin Equation of State. J. Chem. Engr. Data, vol. 15, no. 2, 1970, pp. 256-265.
  66. Roder, Hans M.; and Weber, Lloyd A., eds.: ASRDI Oxygen Technology Survey. Vol. I, Thermophysical Properties. NASA SP-3071, 1972.
  67. Lewis, Gilbert N.; and Randall, Merle: Thermodynamics. Second ed., McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1961, pp. 665-668.
  68. Clark. A. M.; Din, F.; Robb, J.; Michels, A.; Wassenaar, R.; and Zwietering, Th.: The Vapour Pressure of Argon. Physica, vol. 17, no. 10, Oct. 1951, pp. 876 -884 .
  69. Grilly, E. R.: The Vapour Pressure of Solid and Liquid Neon. Cryogenics, vol. 2, no. 4, June 1962, pp. 226-229.
  70. Clement, J. R.; Logan, J. K.; and Gaffney, J.: Liquid Helium Vapor Pressure Equation. Phys. Rev., vol. 100, no. 2, Oct. 15, 1955, pp. 743-744.
  71. Din, F., ed.: Thermodynamic Functions of Gases. Vols. 1, 2, and 3. Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1956.
  72. Hilsenrath, Joseph; et al.: Tables of Thermal Properties of Gases. Circ. 564, National Bureau of Standards, Nov. 1, 1955.
  73. Grossman, A. L.; McCarty, R. D.; and Hust, J. G.: Thermodynamic Properties of Argon from the Triple Point to 300 K at Pressures to 1000 Atmospheres. Rep. NSRDS-NBS 27, National Bureau Standards (NASA CR-100532), 1969.
  74. Sokolova, V. P.; and Golubev, I. F.: Thermal Conductivity of Methane at Different Temperatures and Pressures. Thermal Eng., vol. 14, no. 4, 1967, pp. 123-126.
  75. Schaefer, Charles A.; and Thodos, George: Thermal Conductivity of Diatomic Gases: Liquid and Gaseous States. AIChE J., vol. 5, no. 3, Sept. 1959, pp. 367-372.
  76. Owens, E. James; and Thodos, George: Thermal-Conductivity-Reduced-State Correlation for the Inert Gases. AIChE J., vol. 3, no. 4, Dec. 1957, pp. 454-461.
  77. Kennedy, John T.; and Thodos, George: The Transport Properties of Carbon Dioxide. AIChE J., vol. 7, no. 4, Dec. 1961, pp. 625-631.
  78. Schmidt, Harold W.; and Harper, Jack T.: Handling and Use of Fluorine and Fluoride-Oxygen Mixtures in Rocket Systems., NASA Special Publication 3037, 1967.
  79. Svehla, Roger A.: Estimated Viscosities and Thermal Conductivities of Gases at High Temperatures. NASA Technical Report R-132, 1962.
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