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Octane

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Gas phase thermochemistry data

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Data compilation copyright by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the U.S.A. All rights reserved.

Data compiled as indicated in comments:
DRB - Donald R. Burgess, Jr.
ALS - Hussein Y. Afeefy, Joel F. Liebman, and Stephen E. Stein
GT - Glushko Thermocenter, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltafgas-49.88kcal/molN/AGood, 1972Value computed using «DELTA»fHliquid° value of -250.3±1.8 kj/mol from Good, 1972 and «DELTA»vapH° value of 41.6 kj/mol from Prosen and Rossini, 1945.; DRB
Deltafgas-49.82 ± 0.16kcal/molCcbProsen and Rossini, 1945see Prosen and Rossini, 1944; ALS
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
gas111.63 ± 0.22cal/mol*KN/AScott D.W., 1974This reference does not contain the original experimental data. Experimental entropy value is based on the results [ Messerly J.F., 1967] for S(liquid).; GT

Constant pressure heat capacity of gas

Cp,gas (cal/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
55.63 ± 0.11385.65Hossenlopp I.A., 1981Please also see Barrow G.M., 1951.; GT
57.11 ± 0.11398.15
58.000405.7
59.89 ± 0.12423.15
62.86 ± 0.13448.15
64.699462.5
65.69 ± 0.13473.15
68.35 ± 0.14498.15
70.600522.7
70.98 ± 0.14523.15

Constant pressure heat capacity of gas

Cp,gas (cal/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
34.601200.Scott D.W., 1974, 2Recommended values were obtained from the consistent correlation scheme for alkanes [ Scott D.W., 1974, Scott D.W., 1974, 2]. This approach gives a better agreement with experimental data than the statistical thermodynamics calculation [ Pitzer K.S., 1944, Pitzer K.S., 1946].; GT
41.991273.15
44.88 ± 0.1298.15
45.100300.
57.299400.
68.549500.
78.100600.
86.099700.
92.801800.
98.401900.
103.101000.
107.201100.
110.701200.
114.001300.
117.001400.
119.001500.

Condensed phase thermochemistry data

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Data compilation copyright by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the U.S.A. All rights reserved.

Data compiled as indicated in comments:
ALS - Hussein Y. Afeefy, Joel F. Liebman, and Stephen E. Stein
DH - Eugene S. Domalski and Elizabeth D. Hearing

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltafliquid-59.82 ± 0.42kcal/molCcbGood, 1972ALS
Deltafliquid-59.74 ± 0.20kcal/molCcbProsen and Rossini, 1945see Prosen and Rossini, 1944; ALS
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltacliquid-1300. ± 30.kcal/molAVGN/AAverage of 6 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
liquid86.329cal/mol*KN/AFinke, Gross, et al., 1954DH
liquid85.99cal/mol*KN/AHuffman, Parks, et al., 1931Extrapolation below 90 K, 75.73 J/mol*K.; DH
liquid85.99cal/mol*KN/AParks, Huffman, et al., 1930Extrapolation below 90 K, 77.19 J/mol*K.; DH

Constant pressure heat capacity of liquid

Cp,liquid (cal/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
60.87299.Czarnota, 1993DH
62.667318.15Banipal, Garg, et al., 1991T = 318 to 373 K. p = 0.1 MPa.; DH
61.109298.15Trejo, Costas, et al., 1991DH
61.109298.15Andreoli-Ball, Patterson, et al., 1988DH
61.109298.15Perez-Casas, Aicart, et al., 1988DH
60.734298.15Benson and D'Arcy, 1986DH
61.109298.15Tardajos, Aicart, et al., 1986DH
60.750298.15Lainez, Grolier, et al., 1985DH
60.641298.15Lainez, Rodrigo, et al., 1985DH
60.33297.54Grigor'ev and Andolenko, 1984T = 297 to 410 K. Unsmoothed experimental datum given as 2.210 KJ/kg*K.; DH
60.712298.15Roux, Grolier, et al., 1984DH
60.33298.Zaripov, 1982T = 298, 323, 363 K.; DH
60.724298.15Grolier, Inglese, et al., 1981DH
60.449298.15Shakirov and Lyubarskii, 1980T = 65 to 300 K.; DH
60.52298.Grigor'ev, Rastorguev, et al., 1975T = 305 to 463 K.; DH
60.741298.15Finke, Gross, et al., 1954T = 12 to 300 K.; DH
60.691299.8Connolly, Sage, et al., 1951T = 80 to 200 F.; DH
60.681298.15Osborne and Ginnings, 1947T = 293 to 318 K.; DH
60.11298.3Huffman, Parks, et al., 1931T = 92 to 298 K. Value is unsmoothed experimental datum.; DH
59.20293.7Parks, Huffman, et al., 1930T = 85 to 294 K. Value is unsmoothed experimental datum.; DH

Reaction thermochemistry data

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Data compiled by: Hussein Y. Afeefy, Joel F. Liebman, and Stephen E. Stein

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Individual Reactions

1-Octene + Hydrogen = Octane

By formula: C8H16 + H2 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-30. ± 2.kcal/molAVGN/AAverage of 7 values; Individual data points

Hydrogen + 4-Octene, (Z)- = Octane

By formula: H2 + C8H16 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-28.25 ± 0.1kcal/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane
Deltar-28.62 ± 0.52kcal/molChydRogers and Siddiqui, 1975liquid phase; solvent: n-Hexane
Deltar-27.39 ± 0.14kcal/molChydTurner, Jarrett, et al., 1973liquid phase; solvent: Acetic acid

2Hydrogen + 4-Octyne = Octane

By formula: 2H2 + C8H14 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-64.22 ± 0.26kcal/molChydRogers, Dagdagan, et al., 1979liquid phase; solvent: Hexane
Deltar-62.80 ± 0.16kcal/molChydTurner, Jarrett, et al., 1973liquid phase; solvent: Acetic acid
Deltar-62.8kcal/molChydSicher, Svoboda, et al., 1966liquid phase; solvent: Acetic acid

2Hydrogen + 1-Octyne = Octane

By formula: 2H2 + C8H14 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-69.55 ± 0.47kcal/molChydMolnar, Rachford, et al., 1984liquid phase; solvent: Dioxane
Deltar-69.15 ± 0.65kcal/molChydRogers, Dagdagan, et al., 1979liquid phase; solvent: Hexane

Octane = Pentane, 3-ethyl-3-methyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.73 ± 0.21kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Heptane, 2-methyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-1.25 ± 0.22kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Heptane, 3-methyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.61 ± 0.19kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Heptane, 4-methyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.44 ± 0.19kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 3-ethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.14 ± 0.17kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 2,2-dimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-2.89 ± 0.16kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 2,3-dimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.67 ± 0.28kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 2,4-dimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-1.73 ± 0.18kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 2,5-dimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-2.53 ± 0.28kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 3,3-dimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-1.85 ± 0.17kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Hexane, 3,4-dimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.49 ± 0.29kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Pentane, 2,2,3-trimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-1.70 ± 0.28kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Pentane, 2,2,4-trimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-2.24 ± 0.25kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Pentane, 2,3,3-trimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-0.89 ± 0.26kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Pentane, 2,3,4-trimethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-1.25 ± 0.32kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Butane, 2,2,3,3-tetramethyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-4.50 ± 0.38kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Octane = Pentane, 3-ethyl-2-methyl-

By formula: C8H18 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar0.05 ± 0.22kcal/molCisoProsen and Rossini, 1945, 2liquid phase; Calculated from «DELTA»Hc

Hydrogen + 2-Octene, (E)- = Octane

By formula: H2 + C8H16 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-27.6 ± 0.2kcal/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

Hydrogen + 3-Octene, (Z)- = Octane

By formula: H2 + C8H16 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-28.15 ± 0.1kcal/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

Hydrogen + 4-Octene, (E)- = Octane

By formula: H2 + C8H16 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-27.49 ± 0.1kcal/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

Hydrogen + 3-Octene, (E)- = Octane

By formula: H2 + C8H16 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-27.68 ± 0.1kcal/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

2Hydrogen + 3-Octyne = Octane

By formula: 2H2 + C8H14 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-64.80 ± 0.19kcal/molChydRogers, Dagdagan, et al., 1979liquid phase; solvent: Hexane

Hydrogen + 2-Octene, (Z)- = Octane

By formula: H2 + C8H16 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-28.54 ± 0.26kcal/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

2Hydrogen + 2-Octyne = Octane

By formula: 2H2 + C8H14 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-65.10 ± 0.11kcal/molChydRogers, Dagdagan, et al., 1979liquid phase; solvent: Hexane

4Hydrogen + 1,7-Octadiyne = Octane

By formula: 4H2 + C8H10 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-139.7 ± 1.2kcal/molChydFlitcroft, Skinner, et al., 1957liquid phase

3Hydrogen + 1-Octen-3-yne = Octane

By formula: 3H2 + C8H12 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-93.4 ± 1.5kcal/molChydFlitcroft and Skinner, 1958liquid phase

4Hydrogen + Octa-1,2,6,7-teraene = Octane

By formula: 4H2 + C8H10 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-138.0kcal/molChydRoth, Scholz, et al., 1982liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 2-Octene, (E)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar27.192kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 3-Octene, (Z)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar28.260kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 3-Octene, (E)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar27.261kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 4-Octene, (E)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar27.261kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 2-Octene, (Z)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar28.191kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 4-Octene, (Z)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar28.260kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = 1-Octene + Hydrogen

By formula: C8H18 = C8H16 + H2

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar30.000kcal/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

References

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Good, 1972
Good, W.D., The enthalpies of combustion and formation of n-octane and 2,2,3,3-tetramethylbutane, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 1972, 4, 709-714. [all data]

Prosen and Rossini, 1945
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Prosen and Rossini, 1944
Prosen, E.J.; Rossini, F.D., Heats of combustion of eight normal paraffin hydrocarbons in the liquid state, J. Res. NBS, 1944, 33, 255-272. [all data]

Scott D.W., 1974
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Messerly J.F., 1967
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Hossenlopp I.A., 1981
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Barrow G.M., 1951
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Notes

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