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Volume 30, Issue 5, September 2001
Vapor Pressures, Critical Parameters, Boiling Points, and Triple Points of Halomethane Molecular Substances30(2001); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1403734View Description Hide Description
A simple general corresponding-states principle for vapor pressure incorporated with a simple vapor-pressure equation is presented to describe within and extend beyond the range of available experimental data for 25 halomethane substances. Apparatus type, measurement method, and precision and uncertainties are listed for the experimental vapor-pressure data sets. The experimental data with the corresponding ranges have been reviewed to test the present method in representing the vapor-pressure behavior. Comparisons with available data show that the extended corresponding-states principle for vapor pressure has very good accuracies with different data sets. The substance-dependent characteristic parameters such as critical temperature, critical density, critical pressure, and acentric factor are given from reliable literature sources along with the general method. The values of the pressures, along with their first and second derivatives as function of temperature over the entire region from the triple point to the critical point, are tabulated and recommended for scientific and practical uses.
30(2001); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1407866View Description Hide Description
A study was carried out in which new experimental data on heat capacities of pure liquid organic and some inorganic compounds were compiled, critically evaluated, and recommended values provided. Compounds included in the compilation have a melting point below 573 K. The bulk of the compiled data covers data published in the primary literature between 1993 and 1999 and some data of 2000. However, some data from older sources were also included. The data were taken from almost 1030 literature references. Parameters of correlating equations for temperature dependence of heat capacities of liquids were developed. This paper is an update of a two volume monograph entitled Heat Capacity of Liquids: Critical Review and Recommended Values (96ZAB/RUZ) that was published in 1996 in the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data as Monograph No. 6 and was the product of the IUPAC Project No. 121/11/87.