Effect of Molecular Angular Momentum on the Thermal Conductivity of a Multicomponent Gas Mixture
The effects of molecular angular momentum (spin polarization) on the thermal conductivity of a multicomponent gas mixture are considered. The Wang Chang-Uhlenbeck approach to the kinetic theory of gases with internal states is used. Formal results are obtained for the thermal conductivity of a gas mixture of uniform composition. These results are given in terms of the quantum mechanical degeneracy-averaged cross section. Copyright © 1975 American Institute of Physics.
L. Biolsi and E. A. Mason, "Effect of Molecular Angular Momentum on the Thermal Conductivity of a Multicomponent Gas Mixture," Journal of Chemical Physics, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Jan 1974.
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