The Yaws Handbook of Vapor Pressure

  • Yaws C
  • Satyro M
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Abstract

The results for Antoine coefficients for vapor pressure as a function of temperature are given in Table 1 for organic compounds. The tabulation is arranged by carbon number (C, C2, C3,…….., C100) to provide ease of use in quickly locating the data by using the chemical formula. The compound name, chemical abstracts registry number (CAS No), and Antoine coefficients are provided in the adjacent columns. The range of application is denoted by minimum and maximum temperatures (TMIN and TMAX). Temperatures outside the range of application should not be used. The next column provides the code for the tabulation, which is based on both experimental data and estimated values.

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  • Antoine coefficients for vapor pressure
  • CAS No (chemical abstracts registry number)
  • chemical formula
  • compound name
  • estimated values
  • experimental data
  • minimum and maximum temperatures (TMIN and TMAX)
  • organic compounds
  • range of application

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Authors

  • Carl L. Yaws

  • Marco A. Satyro

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