For property choice #36 ("all physical and chemical properties") WERAMI generates a file
named by applying the prefix "c" to the plot file name (e.g., plot -> cplot) that contains
a table with at least 36 columns. The first line of the table consists of a brief title
for each column. Except for the first column, which is 14 characters wide, the columns are
12 characters wide and separated by a blank character.
The columns of the table can be split into four groups of quantities as follows:
1) The name of the entity (this column is absent in versions created before 02/23/09).
2) The next 2 or 3 columns indicate the physical conditions at which the properties have
been calculated. In calculations of phase properties, data is only output if the phase
is stable at the condition or if there is no data available (presumably due to a failed
minimization).
3) The next 31 columns contain the following properties:
V,J/bar - molar volume
H,J - molar enthalpy
gamma T - gruneisen thermal parameter
Ks,bar - adiabatic bulk modulus
Gs,bar - adiabatic shear modulus
v0,km/s - sound velocity
vp,km/s - p-wave velocity
vs,km/s - s-wave velocity
vp/vs
rho,kg/m3 - density
unused
cp,J/K - molar heat capacity
alpha,1/K - isothermal expansivity on volume (diff(V,T)/V)
beta,1/bar - isobaric compressibility on volume (-diff(V,P)/V)
S,J/K - molar entropy
n,mol - number of moles of phase per mole of the system
N,g - molar weight of the phase (or system)
Ks_T,bar/K - temperature derivative of the adiabatic bulk modulus
Gs_T,bar/K - temperature derivative of the adiabatic shear modulus
Ks_P - pressure derivative of the adiabatic bulk modulus, unitless
Gs_P - pressure derivative of the adiabatic shear modulus, unitless
v0_T - temperature derivative of sound velocity (km/s/K)
vp_T - temperature derivative of p-wave velocity (km/s/K)
vs_T - temperature derivative of s-wave velocity (km/s/K)
v0_P - pressure derivative of sound velocity (km/s/bar)
vp_P - pressure derivative of p-wave velocity (km/s/bar)
vs_P - pressure derivative of s-wave velocity (km/s/bar)
wt % - weight fraction of the phase in the system
vol % - volume fraction of the phase in the system
mol % - molar fraction of the phase in the system
4) The next C columns contain the composition of the phase (or system), the composition is
output as either the molar amounts or weight fractions of the chemical components of the
system dependending on the value of the "composition" keyword specified in perplex_option.dat
(see www.perplex.ethz.ch/perplex_options.html#Composition).
5) If the "dependent_potentials" keyword in perplex_option.dat is set to on (see
www.perplex.ethz.ch/perplex_options.html#dependent_potentials), then the next C' columns contain
the chemical potentials (J/mol) of the thermodynamic components of the system.