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Thermodynamic Properties of Key Organic Oxygen Compounds in the Carbon

By Wilhoit, Randolph C.

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Title: Thermodynamic Properties of Key Organic Oxygen Compounds in the Carbon  
Author: Wilhoit, Randolph C.
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Introduction: The general objective of this series is to collect and tabulate the best values of the equilibrium thermodynamic and thermochemical properties of pure organic compounds which have from one to four carbon atoms per molecule. The thermodynamic properties of organic oxygen compounds have been studied more extensively than those of any other element except hydrogen and carbon. The group which contains up to four carbon atoms includes the initial members of homologous series of aliphatic compounds and their properties can serve as the starting point for the estimation of a much larger class of compounds. It also includes most of the organic compounds produced high volume for industrial...

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Contents 1 . Introduction ....................................................... 1.1. Scope and Objectives ............................... 1.2. Review of Condensed Phase Thermodynamic Properties .................. 1.2.a. Low Temperature Limit for C, and S ..................................... 1.2.b. The Estimation of Entropy and Enthalpy at 90 K ...................... 1.2.c. Estimation of Liquid Heat Capacity .................................... 1.2.d. Transitions in Condensed Phases 1.2.e. Properties of Optical Isomers ........ 1.2.f. Properties of the Glass Phase ......... 1.3. Glossary of Symbols and Thermodynamic Formulae ................................................ 1.4. Units and Conversion Factors ................. 1.5. Correlation and Smoothing of Data ....... 1.6. Measurement of Properties ...................... 1.6.a. Sources of Low Temperature Heat Capacity Data ............................ 1.6.b. Types of Calorimeters ................. 1.6.c. Measurement of Enthalpies of Fusion ....................................... 1.6.d. Purity of Samples ........................ 1.6.e. Estimation of Errors .................... 1.7. Other Compilations .................................. 1.8. Explanation of Tables and Figures ......... 2 . Methanol (Methyl Alcohol) .............................. 3 . Ethanol (Ethyl Alcohol) ................................... 4 . I-Propanol (Propyl Alcohol) ........................... @ 1985 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States . This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the American Chemical Society . Reprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue . 5 . 2-Propanol (Isopropyl Alcohol) ...................... 6 . 1-Butanol (Butyl Alcohol) ................................ 7 . 2-Butanol (sec-Butyl Alcohol) ......................... 8 . 2-Methyl-1-propanol (Isobutyl Alcohol) ....... 9 . 2-Methyl-2-propanol (tert-Butyl Alcohol) ..... 10 . 1, 2-Ethanediol (Ethylene Glycol) ................... 11 . 1, 2-Propanediol (Propylene Glycol) ............... 12 . 1.2. 3-Propanetriol (Glycerol) .......................... 13 . 1.2.3. 4-Butanetetrol (Erythritol) ...................... 14 . Dimethyl Ether (Methoxymethane) ................ 15 . Diethyl Ether (Ethoxyethane) ......................... 16 . Methyl Propyl Ether (1-Methoxypropane) .... 17 . Isopropyl Methyl Ether (2-Methoxypropane) 18 . Dimethoxymethane (Formal) ........................... 19 . Propanone (Acetone) ........................................ 20 . 2-Butanone (Ethyl Methyl Ketone) ................ 21 . 1-Butanal (Butyraldehyde) .............................. 22 . Methanoic Acid (Formic Acid) ....................... 23 . Ethanoic Acid (Acetic Acid) .......................... 24 . Propanoic Acid (Propionic Acid) ................... 25 . Butanoic Acid (Butyric Acid) ......................... 26 . Ethanedioic Acid (Oxalic Acid) ...................... 27 . Butanedioic Acid (Succinic Acid) ................... 28 . trans-Butenedioic Acid (Fumaric Acid) ......... 29 . cis-Butenedioic Acid (Maleic Acid) ............... 30 . 2-Hydroxypropanoic Acid (Lactic Acid) ....... 31 . 2. 3-Dihydroxybutanedioic Acid (Tartaric Acid) ................................................................ 32 . Ethyl Ethanoate (Ethyl Acetate) ..................... 33 . Epoxyethane (Ethylene Oxide) ........................ 34 . 1. 2-Epoxypropane (Propylene Oxide) ............ 35 . 1. 2-Epoxybutane (Butylene Oxide) ................. 36 . Furan (Oxole) .................................................... 37 . Tetrahydrofuran ................................................ 0047~2689/85/010001~99/$15.00 1 J . Phy s. Chem . Ref . Data, Vol . 14. No . 1. 1985

 

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