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Gas composition of airEdit
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Standard Dry Air is the agreed-upon gas composition for air from which all water vapour has been removed. There are various standards bodies which publish documents that define a dry air gas composition. Each standard provides a list of constituent concentrations, a gas density at standard conditions and a molar mass.
It is extremely unlikely that the actual composition of any specific sample of air will completely agree with any definition for standard dry air. While the various definitions for standard dry air all attempt to provide realistic information about the constituents of air, the definitions are important in and of themselves because they establish a standard which can be cited in legal contracts and publications documenting measurement calculation methodologies or equations of state.
The standards below are two examples of commonly used and cited publications that provide a composition for standard dry air:
- ISO TR 29922-2017 provides a definition for standard dry air which specifies an air molar mass of 28,965 46 ± 0,000 17 kg·kmol-1.
- GPA 2145:2009 is published by the Gas Processors Association. It provides a molar mass for air of 28.9625 g/mol, and provides a composition for standard dry air as a footnote.
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- "ISO/TR 29922:2017 - Natural gas -- Supporting information on the calculation of physical properties according to ISO 6976". www.iso.org. Retrieved 2018-04-20.
- saiglobal.com. "GPA 2145:2009 | Table Of Physical Properties For Hydro... | SAI Global". infostore.saiglobal.com. Retrieved 2018-04-20.
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