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Benzene Gas - Specific Heat vs. Temperature

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Specific heat of Benzene Gas - C6H6 - at temperatures ranging 250 - 900 K:

Benzene Gas - C6H6 - Specific Heat vs. Temperature
- T -

Specific Heat
- cp -
(kJ/(kg K))

250 0.850
275 0.957
300 1.060
325 1.160
350 1.255
375 1.347
400 1.435
450 1.600
500 1.752
550 1.891
600 2.018
650 2.134
700 2.239
750 2.335
800 2.422
850 2.500
900 2.571
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