By M. Frenkel, X. Hong, R.C. Wilhoit, K.R. Hall, K.R. Hall, K.N. Marsh

ISBN-10: 3540662332

ISBN-13: 9783540662334

Info at the densities of natural compounds are crucial for either medical and commercial functions. wisdom of densities is critical in lots of components, together with custody move of fabrics, product specification, improvement of assorted predictive equipment, and for characterizing compounds and estimating their purity. The densities of alcohols have been accumulated from the unique literature released from 1870, to early 1998 and seriously evaluated. The tables comprise the unique literature info besides their predicted uncertainties, and the evaluated information, in either numerical shape and as coefficients to equations with chosen statistical details. the amount additionally includes the CASR quantity Index and a Chemical identify Index. The integrated CD-ROM permits speedy complete textual content index seek.

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The error bars represent the experimental errors. ) cont. 2 Alkanols, C5 - C6 45 Table 3. 75(1 − T/Tc)][ρc + A(Tc −T ) + B(Tc − T )2 + C(Tc − T )3 + D(Tc − T )4] ). 15 15 Table 1. Coefficients of the polynomial expansion equation. 2532 · 10−1 (combined temperature ranges, unweighted). 56150 · 10−3 Coefficient A B C Table 2. Experimental values with uncertainties and deviation from calculated values. 15 1) ρexp ± 2σ est ρexp − ρcalc −3 kg ⋅ m Ref. (Symbol in Fig. 20 Ref. (Symbol in Fig. 1) 85-rao/red(✕ ) 86-mou/nai(✕ ) 86-rig/mar( ) 86-rig/mar( ) 86-rig/mar( ) 86-rig/mar( ) 92-kum/sre(✕ ) 92-tan/mur(✕ ) 93-ami/rai(∇) 93-ami/rai(∇) 93-ami/rai(∇) 98-sen(✕ )     Not included in Fig.

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75(1 − T/Tc)][ρc + A(Tc −T ) + B(Tc − T )2 + C(Tc − T )3 + D(Tc − T )4] ). 20 cont. ) Fig. 1. The symbols show the deviation of the calculated from the experimental values from Table 2. The curves above and below the zero line indicate the calculated error region of the recommended values given in Table 3. The error bars represent the experimental errors. 20 kg·m−3 [63-amb/bro] Table 1. Coefficients for the polynomial expansion equations. 2141 · 10−1 (combined temperature ranges, unweighted). 95139 · 10−7 cont.

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