Molar volume calculated at various pressures and the Pippard relations close to the melting point in benzene
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CitationYurtseven, H., Tarı İlgin, Ö. (2016). Molar volume calculated at various pressures and the Pippard relations close to the melting point in benzene. Physics and Chemistry of Liquids. 54.2, 182-192.
The molar volume of solid and liquid benzene was calculated at various pressures (at constant temperatures), and the Pippard relations were examined close to the melting point in this organic molecule. The molar volume calculated is in good agreement with the observed data, which decreases as the pressure increases up to about 150 MPa. The Pippard relations are also valid within this pressure range at constant temperatures studied here for the solid and liquid phases of benzene.