Dortmund Data Bank

Triple Point of Nitrogen

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Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
N2 28.013 7727-37-9 Nitrogen
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Data Table

T [K] P [kPa] State Reference
63.14 12.534 Solid-Liquid-Vapor 1
63.14 12.612 Solid-Liquid-Vapor 5
63.15   Solid-Liquid-Vapor 4
63.15 12.523 Solid-Liquid-Vapor 2
63.20 12.159 Solid-Liquid-Vapor 3

List of References

Number Source
1 Giauque W.F.; Clayton J.O.: The heat capacity and entropy of nitrogen. Heat of vaporization. Vapor pressures of solid and liquid. The reaction 1/2 N2 + 1/2 O2 = NO from spectroscopic data.. J.Am.Chem.Soc. 55 (1933) 4875-4889
2 Nowak P.; Kleinrahm R.; Wagner W.: II. Saturated-Liquid and Saturated-Vapour Densities and Vapour Pressures Along the Entire Coexistence Curve. J.Chem.Thermodyn. 29 (1997) 1157-1174
3 Verschoyle T.T.H.: The Ternary System Carbon Monoxide-Nitrogen-Hydrogen and the Component Binary Systems between Temperatures of -185° and -215°C., and between Pressures of 0 and 225 Atm. Philos.Trans.Roy.Soc.London Ser. A: Math.Phys.Sci. 230 (1931) 189-220
4 Slyusar' V.P.; Tret'yakov V.M.; Rudenko N.S.: Isochoric Thermal Conductivity of Argon, Krypton, Xenon, and Nitrogen as a Function of the Triple Points up to 300 - 330° K at pressures of up to 3000 atm. J.Eng.Phys. 38 (1980) 369-373
5 Henning F.; Otto J.: Dampfdruckkurven und Tripelpunkte im Temperaturgebiet von 14° bis 90° abs. Phys.Z. (Leipzig) 37 (1936) 633-638

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