Interestingly, for a mole of gas molecules this lost work can be related to the ideal gas constant
The equation generates one dependent variable t, two dependent variables [alpha] and T, three unknown constants Z, Ea and n, and the universal gas constant
where R is the gas constant
, V2 is the specific volume of the polymer, V1 is the molar volume of the solute, P10 is the vapor pressure, and B11 is the second virial coefficient of the solute in the gaseous state.
bar] dimensionless radius R gas constant
(J/K mol) r radial coordinate ([mu]m) T temperature (K) [T.
Constants and Critical Values of IAPWS-95 (IAPWS 1995) Quantity Symbol Value Universal molar gas constant
Where R represents universal gas constant
, T represents absolute temperature and k represents formation constant of the systems.
where p is the absolute pressure, V the volume of the system, R the universal gas constant
, and T the absolute temperature.
g] is the molar gas constant
, and Z is the compressibility factor.
o]) minus the multipicand of the gas constant
(R), the temperature (T) and the natural log of the equilibrium constant (K), as shown in the equation:
5NRT, where N = crosslink density, R = gas constant
and T = absolute temperature.
Where k is the rate constant, A is the Arrhenius constant, Ea is the activation energy and R is the universal gas constant
A] is the activation energy, R is the molar gas constant
and T is the ageing temperature.