Volume 18, Issue 3, July 1989
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Octanol‐water partition coefficients (log P) for 611 simple organic compounds representing all principal classes have been retrieved from the literature. Available experimental details of measurement are documented from original articles. Pertinent thermodynamic relations are presented, with a discussion of direct and indirect methods of measurement. Reported log P data for each compound have been evaluated according to stated criteria, and recommended values (with uncertainty) are given.
Evaluation of Data on Solubility of Simple Apolar Gases in Light and Heavy Water at High Temperature18(1989); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.555834View Description Hide Description
The solubility data of apolar gases in light and heavy water over the temperature range covered experimentally have been evaluated, laying particular emphasis to the region above the normal boiling points of the solvents. The systems that have been included in this work are the inert gases and CH4 in light water and heavy water, H2, O2, N2, and C2H6 in light water and D2 in heavy water. Data in the original sources have been brought to the same footing by calculating from the raw experimental data P, T, and x when they were not reported by the author. This step is considered necessary to assess critically the available sets of data. The temperature dependence of Henry’s constants for all the binary systems have been expressed in terms of two different polynomial equations. The formulations presented are discussed and the limits of application given.
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All of the rotational spectral lines observed and reported in the open literature for 91 hydrocarbon molecules have been tabulated. This isotopic molecular species, assigned quantum numbers, observed frequency, estimated measurementuncertainty and reference are given for each transition reported. In addition to correcting a number of misprints and errors in the literature cited, the spectral lines for many normal isotopic species have been refit to produce a comprehensive and consistent analysis of all the data extracted from various literature sources. The derived molecular properties, such as rotational and centrifugal distortion constants, hyperfine structure constants, electric dipole moments, and rotational g‐factors are listed.