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hexafluoride Leakmate for 110kv

hexafluoride Leakmate for 110kv

Jan 01, 2000Thermophysical Properties of Gaseous Tungsten Hexafluoride From Speed-of-Sound Measurements. Published. January 1, 2000. Author(s) John J. Hurly. Abstract The speed of sound was measured in gaseous WF 6 using a highly precise acoustic resonance technique. The data span the temperature range from 290 to 420 K and the pressure range from 50 kPa ...

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