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where <math>a</math> is an empirical constant. | where <math>a</math> is an empirical constant. | ||

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+ | ==References== | ||

+ | # C. Dieterici, Ann. Phys. Chem. Wiedemanns Ann. 69, 685 (1899) | ||

+ | #[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1380711 Richard J. Sadus "Equations of state for fluids: The Dieterici approach revisited", Journal of Chemical Physics '''115''' pp. 1460-1462 (2001)] | ||

[[category: equations of state]] | [[category: equations of state]] |

## Revision as of 16:03, 7 June 2007

The Dieterici equation of state, proposed in 1899 (Ref. 1) is given by

where is an empirical constant.

## References

- C. Dieterici, Ann. Phys. Chem. Wiedemanns Ann. 69, 685 (1899)
- Richard J. Sadus "Equations of state for fluids: The Dieterici approach revisited", Journal of Chemical Physics
**115**pp. 1460-1462 (2001)