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View Data Show (pdf presentation - 36 pages) for detailed
information on the View
scans the databases and enables you to display the standard
state thermodynamic properties of the compound species
and to list the solution phases. (To edit, modify and
save new data use the Compound
example, Fig. 2 shows how to list all stoichiometric compounds
involving the elements Fe-Si-O-S that are stored in the
database. The mouse has been clicked on SiO2
where it is noted that the compound has 8 solid allotropes
(s1 to s8) and a liquid phase (L).
double clicking on SiO2 in Fig. 2, you generate
the output in Fig. 3 which shows a summary of phases and
a partial listing of the ΔHº(T), Sº(T)
and Cp(T) compound data for SiO2.
4 shows the magnetic thermodynamic data as well as other
thermodynamic data for Fe. In Fig. 5 the data for Fe are
displayed in tabular format for the temperature range
298.15 to 3300 K - note the transition temperatures and
associated changes (delta values) in the thermodynamic
properties. The Cp values for Fe are plotted in Fig. 6.
data which are stored in the compound databases, and which
can be accessed by the View
Data include non-ideal gas constants,
molar volumes, expansivities, compressibilities, and derivatives
of the bulk moduli.