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Thermodynamic Properties of Alkenes

By Steele, W. V.

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Title: Thermodynamic Properties of Alkenes  
Author: Steele, W. V.
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: Alkenes are major intermediates of many processes within chemical industry. Indeed, alkene polymerization is one of the most profitable. However, the enhanced reactivity due to the presence of the double bond in the alkene also means that its presence can lead to undesired properties. For example, the presence of alkenes can be a major source of instability in middle distillate fuels. A comprehensive knowledge of the thermodynamic and thermophysical properties of alkenes can aid both chemists and chemical engineers in the design of new, efficient processes for their production and use. The existence of a comprehensive and internally consistent set of thermodynamic and thermophysical properties for the alkenes can also aid in the development of new or improved correlations for the estimation of properties for those alkenes for which experimental measurements have not been made...

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Contents 1. Introduction. ............................... 1.1. Background ........................... 1.2. Scope ................................. 1.3. Literature Reviewed ................... 2. Themodynamic Properties. ................. 2.1. Critical Properties ..................... 2.1.a. Measured Critical Properties .... 2.1.b. Estimation of Critical Properties . 2.2. Vapor Pressures ....................... 2.2.a. Measured Vapor Pressures ...... 2.2.b. Cox-equation Fits to Measured Vapor Pressures ................ 2.3. Densities.. ............................ 2.3.a. Measured Densities ............. 2.3.b. Estimation of Densities by Corrcsponding- States Corrclation. ... 2.3.c. Comparison of Measured and Calculated Densities.. .............. 2.4. Second Virial Coefficients.. ............ 2.4.a. Measured Second Virial Coefficients. .......................... 2.4.b. Estimation by Corresponding- States Correlation.. ............. 382 2.5. Enthalpies of Vaporization.. ........... 382 2.5.a. Measured Enthalpies of Vaporization ............................ 382 2.5.b. Estimation via the Cox and Clapeyron Equations ............ 382 2.5.c. Enthalpies of Vaporization at 298.15 K.. ...................... 382 2.6. Enthalpies of Formation ............... 382 2.6.a. Enthalpies of Combustion for the Liquid Phase.. .................. 382 2.6.b. Enthalpies of Formation for the Liquid Phase at 298.15 K.. ...... 383 2.6.c. Enthalpies of Formation for the Gas at 298.15 K . . ............... 383 2.7. Condensed-Phase Heat Capacities and Derived Functions ..................... 383 2.7.a. Measured Condensed-Phase Heat Capacities. ..................... 383 2.7.b. Condensed-Phase Heat Capaci- ties, Enthalpies, and Entropies.. . 383 01993 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United 2.8. Thermodynamic properties in thi Ideal- ............................. States. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics Gas State 384 and the American Chemical Society. 2.8.a. Derived Ideal-Gas Enthalpies and Reprinrs available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. Entropies.. ..................... 384

 

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