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Species with data from:

Von Reis, M.A., IV. The Specific Heat of Liquid Organic Compounds and its Relation to Molecular Weight., Ann. Phys. (Leipzig), 1881, 13, 447.

21 matching species were found.

For each matching species the following will be displayed:

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  1. 1-Butanol (C4H10O)
    C4H10O
  2. 1-Pentanol (C5H12O)
    C5H12O
  3. Hexanoic acid (C6H12O2)
    C6H12O2
  4. Butanoic acid (C4H8O2)
    C4H8O2
  5. Butanoic acid, 3-methyl- (C5H10O2)
    C5H10O2
  6. Acetone (C3H6O)
    C3H6O
  7. n-Propyl acetate (C5H10O2)
    C5H10O2
  8. Propanoic acid, 2-methyl- (C4H8O2)
    C4H8O2
  9. Benzene, chloro- (C6H5Cl)
    C6H5Cl
  10. n-Hexane (C6H14)
    C6H14
  11. Propanal (C3H6O)
    C3H6O
  12. Formic acid (CH2O2)
    CH2O2
  13. n-Propyl chloride (C3H7Cl)
    C3H7Cl
  14. Propane, 2-bromo- (C3H7Br)
    C3H7Br
  15. Paraldehyde (C6H12O3)
    C6H12O3
  16. Methylal (C3H8O2)
    C3H8O2
  17. Octane, 1-chloro- (C8H17Cl)
    C8H17Cl
  18. Allyl chloride (C3H5Cl)
    C3H5Cl
  19. Acetyl chloride (C2H3ClO)
    C2H3ClO
  20. Allyl acetate (C5H8O2)
    C5H8O2
  21. Propanoyl chloride (C3H5ClO)
    C3H5ClO