Regnault's formula

Re·​gnault's formula | \ rənˈyōz- \

Definition of Regnault's formula

: an empirical formula giving the specific enthalpy of steam at any centigrade temperature in calories per gram : H = 606.5 + 0.305t

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History and Etymology for Regnault's formula

after Henri V. Regnault †1878 French chemist and physicist

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“Regnault's formula.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 Nov. 2020.

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