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Smoothed or interpolated values are given in regT. S. Bowers, Gradient bridge, MA 02138 Corporation, 44 Brattle 2. 1 Volume Volume, or density, is usually measured. All other properties can be related by derivatives or integrals to volume. Detailed measurements of the volume of water at elevated pressures and temperatures have been made by (8) and (25). Water volumes are tabulated here in Table la-d from 0” to 2000°C and 1 bar to 250 Kbar based on data and tabulations of (15), (10) and (33). The work of (15) is based on a variety of measurements, including those of (25).
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