from Berkelay UniversityTHERMODYNAMIC DATA AT 298 KThe GRI-Mech thermochemistry is based upon standard databases, including the NASA-Lewis and Technion archives. This was supplemented by a critical review of the standard enthalpies of formation for radical species.Clicking on the species symbols in the following summary table will bring up a full table of the molar heat capacity, entropy and standard enthalpy of formation values for that species at 100 K intervals from 200 to 3000 K, as computed from the polynomial coefficients, and citations for the source of the data.