This fits this author's assertion that "the ideal

gas constant is the molar ability of a gas to do work per degree Kelvin" [27].

00303 [[ohm]] FC absolute temperature (t) 343 [K] Universal

gas constant (R) 8314.

ch] - channel length, m; M - molecular mass, kg/mol; P - pressure vector, Pa; R - universal

gas constant, J/(kg mol K); S - source term; T - temperature, K; [?

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.

7) (kJ/s-mK) m mass p pressure q rate of heat transfer per unit time per unit mass of fluid Q total heat flux R

gas constant T gas Temperature [T.

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).

4 [micro]L (a

gas constant at standard temperature and pressure) and 1 /[micro]mol C[O.

R is the specific

gas constant (ft pounds/pound mass/ degree Rankine)

where [Rho] is the melt density, T is the processing temperature, R is the

gas constant, Mc is the critical molecular weight, M is the absolute molecular weight, and [[Eta].

0] is the initial nitrogen content in kilograms in the molten iron before any given half-rotation of the vessel, m is the final nitrogen content after any given half-rotation of the vessel, R is the

gas constant, T = 1.

In terms of operating cash flows, the company will generate anywhere from $25 billion to $34 billion this year, depending on oil prices ranging from $60 per barrel to $80 per barrel (keeping natural

gas constant at $5 per Mcf).

where Vg0 is the specific retention volume of the probe, T is the column temperature (K), M1 is the molecular weight of the probe and R is the

gas constant.

mean] Mean pressure in the cylinder R Universal

gas constant [T.

g] denotes the heat of solution (J/mol) and

gas constant, respectively.

the value for the universal molar

gas constant from The Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) standard by Mohr and Taylor (2005),