Calculation of the transport properties of carbon dioxide. I. Shear viscosity, viscomagnetic effects, and self-diffusion

  • Bock S
  • Bich E
  • Vogel E
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Transport properties of pure carbon dioxide have been calculated from the intermolecular potential using the classical trajectory approach. Results are reported for shear viscosity, viscomagnetic coefficients, and self-diffusion in the dilute-gas limit and in the temperature range of 200-1500 K for the three recently proposed carbon dioxide potential energy hypersurfaces. Agreement with the measurements is, in general, within the experimental error. The calculations indicate that the corrections in the second-order approximation and those due to the angular-momentum polarization for the viscosity are small,

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