Ammonia is very volatile, so it may be either a gas or a liquid at room temperature

Engineering Fluid Mechanics | 10th Edition | ISBN: 9781118164297 | Authors: Donald F. Elger, Barbara C. Williams Clayton T. Crowe, John A. Roberson

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Problem 2.51

Ammonia is very volatile, so it may be either a gas or a liquid at room temperature. When it is a gas, its absolute viscosity at 68F is 2.07 X I0- 7 1bf s/ft2 and at 392F is 3.46 X l0- 7 lbf s/ft2 Using these two data points, find Sutherland's constant for ammonia.

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Textbook: Engineering Fluid Mechanics
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Author: Donald F. Elger, Barbara C. Williams Clayton T. Crowe, John A. Roberson
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