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Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Ablated Vapors of PTFE, Alumina, Perspex, and PVC in the Temperature Range 5000-30 000 K

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Values of density, specific heat, enthalpy, sonic velocity, viscosity, thermal, and electrical conductivities have been calculated for the plasmas of PTFE, alumina, Perspex, and PVC for temperatures from 5000 to 30 000 K. Equilibrium particle concentrations and degrees of ionization are calculated using the minimization of Gibbs free energy, and transport properties are calculated using the Chapman-Enskog approximations.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )