bar] dimensionless radius R

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bar] dimensionless radius R **gas constant** (J/K mol) r radial coordinate ([mu]m) T temperature (K) [T.

i], [lambda] and D denote the adiabatic exponent, specific **gas constant**, pipe friction coefficient and diameter.

0]), T is the translational temperature, R is the specific **gas constant**, suffix 0 refers to the initial rest condition, and the quantities [tau] and c, which are respectively the relaxation time and the ratio of vibrational specific heat to the specific **gas constant**, are assumed to be constant.

5K) (13) where R is the **gas constant** and T is the temperature.

n] Z exp (-Ea/RT) (2) Where Z is the pre-exponential constant, Ea is the activation energy of the reaction, R is the universal **gas constant** and T is the absolute temperature in degrees Kelvin.

w] = water vapor pressure, Pa R = universal **gas constant**, J/mol*K [R.

g] is the molecular weight of the gas (kg/mol), R is the universal **gas constant** (J/K x mol), and T is the absolute temperature (K).

o]) minus the multipicand of the **gas constant** (R), the temperature (T) and the natural log of the equilibrium constant (K), as shown in the equation: [DELTA]F=[DELTA][F.