Joule-Thomson Coefficient

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Formula:μ = (T2 - T1) / (P2 - P1)

Introduction to Joule-Thomson Coefficient

The Joule-Thomson coefficient (μ) describes the change in temperature of a gas as it expands or is compressed at constant enthalpy. This formula calculates the Joule-Thomson coefficient based on the initial and final temperatures and pressures of the gas. In this formula, μ represents the Joule-Thomson coefficient, T1 is the initial temperature, T2 is the final temperature, P1 is the initial pressure, and P2 is the final pressure.



Data validation

Ensure temperatures are in Kelvin and pressures are in Pascals.

Tags: Thermodynamics, Physics, Gas, Enthalpy, Coefficient