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Vapor Pressure of Acetone from Dortmund Data Bank

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Vapor Pressure of Acetone from Dortmund Data Bank

Vapor Pressure of Acetone from Dortmund Data Bank

Dortmund Data Bank

The experimental data shown in these pages are freely available and have been published already in the DDB Explorer Edition. The data represent a small sub list of all available data in the Dortmund Data Bank. For more data or any further information please search the DDB or contact DDBST.

Component
Formula
Molar Mass
CAS Registry Number
Name
C3H6O
58.080
67-64-1
Acetone
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Diagrams
Data Table
T [K]
P [kPa]
State
Reference
203.65
0.05893
Vapor-Liquid
3
209.55
0.0944
Vapor-Liquid
3
212.45
0.11852
Vapor-Liquid
3
234.05
0.7971
Vapor-Liquid
3
237.04
0.9965
Vapor-Liquid
3
243.25
1.5812
Vapor-Liquid
3
249.35
2.365
Vapor-Liquid
3
253.34
3.480
Vapor-Liquid
3
257.25
3.893
Vapor-Liquid
3
262.12
5.182
Vapor-Liquid
3
264.50
6.041
Vapor-Liquid
3
267.05
6.853
Vapor-Liquid
3
268.95
7.442
Vapor-Liquid
3
269.74
7.935
Vapor-Liquid
3
272.95
9.290
Vapor-Liquid
3
273.46
9.639
Vapor-Liquid
3
275.97
10.983
Vapor-Liquid
3
276.61
11.283
Vapor-Liquid
3
277.23
13.014
Vapor-Liquid
3
282.03
14.775
Vapor-Liquid
3
283.06
15.559
Vapor-Liquid
3
288.94
20.364
Vapor-Liquid
3
291.49
22.883
Vapor-Liquid
3
293.15
24.478
Vapor-Liquid
2
293.15
24.598
Vapor-Liquid
2
293.85
25.131
Vapor-Liquid
5
294.25
25.665
Vapor-Liquid
5
294.45
25.931
Vapor-Liquid
5
294.60
25.998
Vapor-Liquid
5
294.63
26.079
Vapor-Liquid
3
294.85
26.264
Vapor-Liquid
5
297.05
29.064
Vapor-Liquid
5
297.45
29.598
Vapor-Liquid
5
298.15
30.397
Vapor-Liquid
2
298.15
30.544
Vapor-Liquid
1
298.15
30.611
Vapor-Liquid
2
298.15
30.784
Vapor-Liquid
4
298.15
30.851
Vapor-Liquid
4
299.86
32.636
Vapor-Liquid
3
300.75
33.931
Vapor-Liquid
5
301.35
34.864
Vapor-Liquid
5
303.15
37.637
Vapor-Liquid
2
303.15
37.824
Vapor-Liquid
2
304.35
39.330
Vapor-Liquid
5
304.85
40.130
Vapor-Liquid
5
305.45
41.063
Vapor-Liquid
5
306.25
42.396
Vapor-Liquid
5
308.15
45.996
Vapor-Liquid
5
308.15
46.090
Vapor-Liquid
2
308.15
46.356
Vapor-Liquid
2
308.22
45.462
Vapor-Liquid
3
308.35
46.263
Vapor-Liquid
5
308.45
46.396
Vapor-Liquid
5
308.85
47.129
Vapor-Liquid
5
309.05
47.396
Vapor-Liquid
5
311.65
52.996
Vapor-Liquid
5
311.85
52.929
Vapor-Liquid
5
311.85
53.262
Vapor-Liquid
5
311.95
53.062
Vapor-Liquid
5
312.25
53.796
Vapor-Liquid
5
314.68
58.169
Vapor-Liquid
3
314.85
59.328
Vapor-Liquid
5
317.75
66.395
Vapor-Liquid
5
317.85
66.461
Vapor-Liquid
5
318.05
67.461
Vapor-Liquid
5
318.15
67.661
Vapor-Liquid
5
318.66
67.424
Vapor-Liquid
3
320.35
72.927
Vapor-Liquid
5
320.35
73.127
Vapor-Liquid
5
320.45
73.061
Vapor-Liquid
5
320.65
73.927
Vapor-Liquid
5
322.55
79.127
Vapor-Liquid
5
322.65
79.527
Vapor-Liquid
5
322.85
80.393
Vapor-Liquid
5
322.95
79.927
Vapor-Liquid
5
322.95
80.127
Vapor-Liquid
5
323.35
81.993
Vapor-Liquid
5
323.55
80.175
Vapor-Liquid
3
324.65
85.393
Vapor-Liquid
5
324.75
85.660
Vapor-Liquid
5
324.85
85.993
Vapor-Liquid
5
324.85
86.260
Vapor-Liquid
5
325.15
86.660
Vapor-Liquid
5
327.05
92.726
Vapor-Liquid
5
327.15
92.992
Vapor-Liquid
5
327.20
92.992
Vapor-Liquid
5
327.25
93.126
Vapor-Liquid
5
327.35
93.326
Vapor-Liquid
5
328.22
94.366
Vapor-Liquid
3
328.75
98.325
Vapor-Liquid
5
328.85
98.592
Vapor-Liquid
5
333.73
113.737
Vapor-Liquid
3
338.95
136.626
Vapor-Liquid
3
List of References
Number
Source
1
Rusanov A.I.; Levichev S.A.; Tyushin V.Ya.: Composition of the Surface Layer in the n-Hexane-Acetone System. Vestn.Leningr.Univ. (1966) 121-127
2
Beare W.G.; McVicar G.A.; Fergusson J.B.: The Determination of Vapour and Liquid Compositions in Binary Systems. II. Acetone-Water 25°C. J.Phys.Chem. 34 (1930) 1310-1318
3
Felsing W.A.; Durban S.A.: The Vapor Pressures, Densities, and some Derived Quantities for Acetone. J.Am.Chem.Soc. 48 (1926) 2885-2893
4
Davis G.L.; Burrows G.H.: Equilibrium and Free Energy Relationships in the System Acetone-Diacetone Alcohol. J.Am.Chem.Soc. 58 (1936) 311-312
5
Taylor A.E.: Vapor-Pressure Relations in Mixtures of Two Liquids, II.. J.Phys.Chem. 4 (1900) 355-369

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How to calculate the vapor pressure of acetone at 25.0°C

How to calculate the vapor pressure of acetone at 25.0°C – As Michael Mombourquette says, use the Clausius Clapeyron equation. Just a few more details though. ln(p2/p1)=−ΔHv/R(1/T2−1/T1) Let's let P2 be the one2,4-Pentanedione is produced by thermal or metal-catalyzed rearrangement of isopropenyl acetate (obtained from acetone and ketene). Isopropenyl acetate vapor is fed at atmospheric pressure through a V2A steel tube with an inner temperature of 520 °C.Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data. The experimental data shown in these pages are freely available and have been published already in the DDB Explorer Edition.The data represent a small sub list of all available data in the Dortmund Data Bank.For more data or any further information please search the DDB or contact DDBST.. Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data Set 11

Acetylacetone | C5H8O2 – PubChem – For reference, the boiling point of acetone is roughly 56 °C while that of n-hexane is roughly 68 °C. organic-chemistry intermolecular-forces. Share. Improve this question. Follow edited Mar 26 '18 at 19:06. user7951 asked Feb 24 '18 at 3:03. Colby Colby. 19 1 1 silverAcetone is a liquid at standard conditions. However, at low temperature and/or very high pressures it becomes a solid. The phase diagram for acetone shows the phase behavior with changes in temperature and pressure. The curve between the critical point and the triple point shows the acetone boiling point with changes in pressure.Vessels containing a porous material are first filled with acetone followed by acetylene, which dissolves into the acetone. One litre of acetone can dissolve around 250 litres of acetylene at a pressure of 10 bar.

Acetylacetone | C5H8O2 - PubChem

Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data of Acetone + Water from – The vapour pressure of acetone, The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 1974, 6, 7, 693-700, https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9614 (74)90119-0. [ all data ] Boublík and Aim, 1972 Boublík, T.; Aim, K., Heats of vaporization of simple non-spherical molecule compounds, Collect.Raoult's Law is expressed by the vapor pressure equation: P solution = Χ solvent P 0 solvent where P solution is the vapor pressure of the solution Χ solvent is mole fraction of the solvent P 0 solvent is the vapor pressure of the pure solvent When two or more volatile solutions are mixed, each pressure component of the mixed solution is added together to find the total vapor pressure.The standard (1 bar) boiling point of acetone is 56.1 C, and its enthalpy of vaporization is 29.1 kJ/mol. Calculate the vapor pressure of acetone at 50.1 C.

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