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Above is the table for water physical properties table with temperature related with a,v,b,Pr,Ra factor. This table has temperature only from 0 to 100. May I ask if there is a full table for this with a range of temperature from (-100 to 1000'C) on the web? I couldn't find any so I came here to ask for a little help.

Thank you and have a nice day!!

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    $\begingroup$ Have you searched CRC handbooks or Landolt Bornstein Hanbooks? There are a lot of handbooks on thermodynamic data. Not everything is online or freely available. A trip to a university library is a must. The range you are looking for is impractically huge. What is the state of water at 1000 C and under what pressure? What is the viscosity of ice? $\endgroup$
    – AChem
    May 12 at 2:59
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    $\begingroup$ A lot of similar data can be found in form of tables, charts or calculators at Engineeringtoolbox, this link is particularly for liquid water up to critical T. $\endgroup$
    – Poutnik
    May 12 at 7:41
  • $\begingroup$ If you are looking for the liquid state over the quoted temperature range, you may have a problem below -21°C (the lowest possible liquid temperature, and that requires 200 MPa pressure) or above 374°C (the critical point). Does your table need to include vapor/gas? $\endgroup$ May 12 at 10:56

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