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Unformatted text preview: Hall-Yarborough (1973) z-factor calculation Hall, K.R. & Yarborough, L. (1973): A New Euation of State for Z-factor Calculations, The Oil and Gas Journal, June 18, 82-92 Molecular weight oxygen, MO 16 g/mole Molecular weight sulfur, MS 32.07 g/mole Molecular weight, carbon, MC 12.01 g/mole Molecular weight, hydrogen, MH 1.01 g/mole Molecular weight air, MA 28.97 g/mole Components Molecular weight Mole fraction Tci Tci g/mole yi oR K Methan, CH4 16.042 343 190 Ethan, C2H6 30.07 549.8 305 Propan, C3H8 44.10 665.7 370 i-Butane, C4H10 58.12 734.7 408 n-Butane, C4H10 58.12 765 425 i-Pentane C5H12 72.15 829 460 n-Pentane C5H12 72.15 845 469 Hexane C6H14 86.18 913 507 Heptane C7H16 100.21 972 540 Hydogen, H2 2.02 60 33 Nitrogen, N2 28.01 227.4 126 Oxygen, O2 32.00 277.8 154 Carbon dioxid, CO2 44.01 547.6 304 Hydrogensulfid, H2S 34.08 672.4 373 Dihydrogenoksid, H2O 18.02 1165 647 Σ Mole fraction 0.0000 Total molecular weight gas 0.00 g/mole Spesific gravity 0.00 Temperature 0.00 273.15 K Pressure...
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