quantitykind:IsentropicExponent

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Description

Isentropic exponent is a variant of "Specific Heat Ratio Capacities}. For an ideal gas \textit{Isentropic Exponent"$$, \varkappa$$. is equal to $$\gamma$$, the ratio of its specific heat capacities $$c_p$$ and $$c_v$$ under steady pressure and volume.

Properties
$$\varkappa = -\frac{V}{p}\left \{ \frac{\partial p}{\partial V}\right \}_S$$, where $$V$$ is volume, $$p$$ is pressure, and $$S$$ is entropy.
$$\varkappa$$
Annotations
Isentropic exponent is a variant of "Specific Heat Ratio Capacities}. For an ideal gas \textit{Isentropic Exponent"$$, \varkappa$$. is equal to $$\gamma$$, the ratio of its specific heat capacities $$c_p$$ and $$c_v$$ under steady pressure and volume.
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