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Octane

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Gas phase thermochemistry data

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Data compiled as indicated in comments:
DRB - D.R. Burgess
ALS - H.Y. Afeefy, J.F. Liebman, and S.E. Stein
GT - Glushko Thermocenter, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltafgas-208.7kJ/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-208.4 ± 0.67kJ/molCcbProsen and Rossini, 1945see Prosen and Rossini, 1944; ALS
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
gas467.06 ± 0.92J/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 (J/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
232.74 ± 0.47385.65Hossenlopp I.A., 1981Please also see Barrow G.M., 1951.; GT
238.95 ± 0.48398.15
242.67405.7
250.59 ± 0.50423.15
263.02 ± 0.53448.15
270.70462.5
274.84 ± 0.55473.15
285.98 ± 0.57498.15
295.39522.7
297.00 ± 0.59523.15

Constant pressure heat capacity of gas

Cp,gas (J/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
144.77200.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
175.69273.15
187.8 ± 0.4298.15
188.70300.
239.74400.
286.81500.
326.77600.
360.24700.
388.28800.
411.71900.
431.371000.
448.521100.
463.171200.
476.981300.
489.531400.
497.901500.

Condensed phase thermochemistry data

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Data compiled as indicated in comments:
ALS - H.Y. Afeefy, J.F. Liebman, and S.E. Stein
DH - E.S. Domalski and E.D. Hearing

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltafliquid-250.3 ± 1.8kJ/molCcbGood, 1972ALS
Deltafliquid-250.0 ± 0.84kJ/molCcbProsen and Rossini, 1945see Prosen and Rossini, 1944; ALS
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltacliquid-5430. ± 100.kJ/molAVGN/AAverage of 6 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
liquid361.20J/mol*KN/AFinke, Gross, et al., 1954DH
liquid359.8J/mol*KN/AHuffman, Parks, et al., 1931Extrapolation below 90 K, 75.73 J/mol*K.; DH
liquid359.8J/mol*KN/AParks, Huffman, et al., 1930Extrapolation below 90 K, 77.19 J/mol*K.; DH

Constant pressure heat capacity of liquid

Cp,liquid (J/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
254.7299.Czarnota, 1993DH
262.20318.15Banipal, Garg, et al., 1991T = 318 to 373 K. p = 0.1 MPa.; DH
255.68298.15Trejo, Costas, et al., 1991DH
255.68298.15Andreoli-Ball, Patterson, et al., 1988DH
255.68298.15Perez-Casas, Aicart, et al., 1988DH
254.11298.15Benson and D'Arcy, 1986DH
255.68298.15Tardajos, Aicart, et al., 1986DH
254.18298.15Lainez, Grolier, et al., 1985DH
253.72298.15Lainez, Rodrigo, et al., 1985DH
252.4297.54Grigor'ev and Andolenko, 1984T = 297 to 410 K. Unsmoothed experimental datum given as 2.210 KJ/kg*K.; DH
254.02298.15Roux, Grolier, et al., 1984DH
252.4298.Zaripov, 1982T = 298, 323, 363 K.; DH
254.07298.15Grolier, Inglese, et al., 1981DH
252.92298.15Shakirov and Lyubarskii, 1980T = 65 to 300 K.; DH
253.2298.Grigor'ev, Rastorguev, et al., 1975T = 305 to 463 K.; DH
254.14298.15Finke, Gross, et al., 1954T = 12 to 300 K.; DH
253.93299.8Connolly, Sage, et al., 1951T = 80 to 200 F.; DH
253.89298.15Osborne and Ginnings, 1947T = 293 to 318 K.; DH
251.5298.3Huffman, Parks, et al., 1931T = 92 to 298 K. Value is unsmoothed experimental datum.; DH
247.7293.7Parks, Huffman, et al., 1930T = 85 to 294 K. Value is unsmoothed experimental datum.; DH

Phase change data

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Data compiled as indicated in comments:
TRC - Thermodynamics Research Center, NIST Boulder Laboratories, M. Frenkel director
BS - R.L. Brown and S.E. Stein
AC - W.E. Acree, Jr., J.S. Chickos
ALS - H.Y. Afeefy, J.F. Liebman, and S.E. Stein
DH - E.S. Domalski and E.D. Hearing

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Tboil398.7 ± 0.5KAVGN/AAverage of 75 out of 89 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Tfus216.3 ± 0.3KAVGN/AAverage of 39 out of 41 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Ttriple216.2 ± 0.6KAVGN/AAverage of 9 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Tc568.9 ± 0.5KAVGN/AAverage of 23 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Pc24.9 ± 0.1barAVGN/AAverage of 12 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Vc0.492l/molN/AAmbrose and Tsonopoulos, 1995 
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
rhoc2.034 ± 0.007mol/lAVGN/AAverage of 7 values; Individual data points
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltavap41. ± 4.kJ/molAVGN/AAverage of 10 values; Individual data points

Enthalpy of vaporization

DeltavapH (kJ/mol) Temperature (K) Method Reference Comment
34.41398.8N/AMajer and Svoboda, 1985 
39.4338.EBEwing and Ochoa, 2003Based on data from 323. - 563. K.; AC
41.0312.AStephenson and Malanowski, 1987Based on data from 297. - 400. K.; AC
44.4263.AStephenson and Malanowski, 1987Based on data from 216. - 278. K.; AC
36.3411.AStephenson and Malanowski, 1987Based on data from 396. - 432. K.; AC
35.5443.AStephenson and Malanowski, 1987Based on data from 428. - 510. K.; AC
34.9521.AStephenson and Malanowski, 1987Based on data from 506. - 569. K.; AC
41.2310.N/APaul, Krug, et al., 1986Based on data from 295. - 402. K.; AC
41.9313.N/AMichou-Saucet, Jose, et al., 1984Based on data from 298. - 333. K.; AC
40.5 ± 0.1313.CMajer, Svoboda, et al., 1979AC
39.1 ± 0.1333.CMajer, Svoboda, et al., 1979AC
37.8 ± 0.1353.CMajer, Svoboda, et al., 1979AC
43.0282.N/ACarruth and Kobayashi, 1973Based on data from 217. - 297. K.; AC
38.0 ± 0.1311.CMcKay and Sage, 1960AC
36.7 ± 0.1328.CMcKay and Sage, 1960AC
35.4 ± 0.1344.CMcKay and Sage, 1960AC
39.2341.MMWillingham, Taylor, et al., 1945Based on data from 326. - 400. K.; AC

Enthalpy of vaporization

ΔvapH = A exp(-αTr) (1 − Tr)β
    ΔvapH = Enthalpy of vaporization (at saturation pressure) (kJ/mol)
    Tr = reduced temperature (T / Tc)

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Temperature (K) 298. - 426.
A (kJ/mol) 58.46
alpha 0.1834
beta 0.3324
Tc (K) 568.8
ReferenceMajer and Svoboda, 1985

Antoine Equation Parameters

log10(P) = A − (B / (T + C))
    P = vapor pressure (bar)
    T = temperature (K)

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Temperature (K) A B C Reference Comment
216.59 - 297.105.20121936.281-20.143Carruth and Kobayashi, 1973Coefficents calculated by NIST from author's data.
326.08 - 399.724.048671355.126-63.633Williamham, Taylor, et al., 1945 

Enthalpy of sublimation

DeltasubH (kJ/mol) Temperature (K) Method Reference Comment
68.1216.BBondi, 1963AC

Enthalpy of fusion

DeltafusH (kJ/mol) Temperature (K) Method Reference Comment
20.740216.38N/AFinke, Gross, et al., 1954DH
21.8216.6DSCMondieig, Rajabalee, et al., 2004AC
20.74216.4N/ADomalski and Hearing, 1996AC
20.652215.8N/AHuffman, Parks, et al., 1931DH
20.092215.6N/AParks, Huffman, et al., 1930DH

Entropy of fusion

DeltafusS (J/mol*K) Temperature (K) Reference Comment
95.85216.38Finke, Gross, et al., 1954DH
95.7215.8Huffman, Parks, et al., 1931DH
93.19215.6Parks, Huffman, et al., 1930DH

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Reaction thermochemistry data

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Individual Reactions

1-Octene + Hydrogen = Octane

By formula: C8H16 + H2 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-125. ± 6.kJ/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-118.2 ± 0.4kJ/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane
Deltar-119.7 ± 2.2kJ/molChydRogers and Siddiqui, 1975liquid phase; solvent: n-Hexane
Deltar-114.6 ± 0.59kJ/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-268.7 ± 1.1kJ/molChydRogers, Dagdagan, et al., 1979liquid phase; solvent: Hexane
Deltar-262.8 ± 0.67kJ/molChydTurner, Jarrett, et al., 1973liquid phase; solvent: Acetic acid
Deltar-263.kJ/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-291.0 ± 2.0kJ/molChydMolnar, Rachford, et al., 1984liquid phase; solvent: Dioxane
Deltar-289.3 ± 2.7kJ/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-3.1 ± 0.88kJ/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-5.23 ± 0.92kJ/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-2.6 ± 0.79kJ/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-1.8 ± 0.79kJ/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-0.59 ± 0.71kJ/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-12.1 ± 0.67kJ/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-2.8 ± 1.2kJ/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-7.24 ± 0.75kJ/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-10.6 ± 1.2kJ/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-7.74 ± 0.71kJ/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-2.1 ± 1.2kJ/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-7.1 ± 1.2kJ/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-9.4 ± 1.0kJ/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-3.7 ± 1.1kJ/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-5.2 ± 1.3kJ/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-18.8 ± 1.6kJ/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
Deltar0.2 ± 0.92kJ/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-115.5 ± 0.7kJ/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-117.8 ± 0.4kJ/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-115.0 ± 0.4kJ/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-115.8 ± 0.4kJ/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

2Hydrogen + 3-Octyne = Octane

By formula: 2H2 + C8H14 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-271.1 ± 0.79kJ/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-119.4 ± 1.1kJ/molChydRogers, Dejroongruang, et al., 1992liquid phase; solvent: Cyclohexane

2Hydrogen + 2-Octyne = Octane

By formula: 2H2 + C8H14 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-272.4 ± 0.46kJ/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-584.5 ± 5.0kJ/molChydFlitcroft, Skinner, et al., 1957liquid phase

3Hydrogen + 1-Octen-3-yne = Octane

By formula: 3H2 + C8H12 = C8H18

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar-391. ± 6.3kJ/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-577.4kJ/molChydRoth, Scholz, et al., 1982liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 2-Octene, (E)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar113.77kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 3-Octene, (Z)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar118.24kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 3-Octene, (E)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar114.06kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 4-Octene, (E)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar114.06kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 2-Octene, (Z)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar117.95kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = Hydrogen + 4-Octene, (Z)-

By formula: C8H18 = H2 + C8H16

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar118.24kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

Octane = 1-Octene + Hydrogen

By formula: C8H18 = C8H16 + H2

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar125.52kJ/molEqkEliseev, 1986liquid phase

IR Spectrum

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Mass spectrum (electron ionization)

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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
Prosen, E.J.; Rossini, F.D., Heats of combustion and formation of the paraffin hydrocarbons at 25° C, J. Res. NBS, 1945, 263-267. [all data]

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
Scott D.W., Correlation of the chemical thermodynamic properties of alkane hydrocarbons, J. Chem. Phys., 1974, 60, 3144-3165. [all data]

Messerly J.F., 1967
Messerly J.F., Low-temperature thermal data for n-pentane, n-heptadecane, and n-octadecane. Revised thermodynamic functions for the n-alkanes, C5-C18, J. Chem. Eng. Data, 1967, 12, 338-346. [all data]

Hossenlopp I.A., 1981
Hossenlopp I.A., Vapor heat capacities and enthalpies of vaporization of five alkane hydrocarbons, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 1981, 13, 415-421. [all data]

Barrow G.M., 1951
Barrow G.M., Experimental vapor heat capacities and heats of vaporization of seven octanes, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1951, 73, 1824-1826. [all data]

Scott D.W., 1974, 2
Scott D.W., Chemical Thermodynamic Properties of Hydrocarbons and Related Substances. Properties of the Alkane Hydrocarbons, C1 through C10 in the Ideal Gas State from 0 to 1500 K. U.S. Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 666, 1974. [all data]

Pitzer K.S., 1944
Pitzer K.S., Thermodynamics of gaseous paraffins. Specific heat and related properties, Ind. Eng. Chem., 1944, 36, 829-831. [all data]

Pitzer K.S., 1946
Pitzer K.S., The entropies and related properties of branched paraffin hydrocarbons, Chem. Rev., 1946, 39, 435-447. [all data]

Finke, Gross, et al., 1954
Finke, H.L.; Gross, M.E.; Waddington, G.; Huffman, H.M., Low-temperature thermal data for the nine normal paraffin hydrocarbons from octane to hexadecane, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1954, 76, 333-341. [all data]

Huffman, Parks, et al., 1931
Huffman, H.M.; Parks, G.S.; Barmore, M., Thermal data on organic compounds. X. Further studies on the heat capacities, entropies and free energies of hydrocarbons, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1931, 53, 3876-3888. [all data]

Parks, Huffman, et al., 1930
Parks, G.S.; Huffman, H.M.; Thomas, S.B., Thermal data on organic compounds. VI. The heat capacities, entropies and free energies of some saturated, non-benzenoid hydrocarbons, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1930, 52, 1032-1041. [all data]

Czarnota, 1993
Czarnota, I., Heat capacity of octane at high pressures, J. Chem. Thermodynam., 1993, 25, 355-359. [all data]

Banipal, Garg, et al., 1991
Banipal, T.S.; Garg, S.K.; Ahluwalia, J.C., Heat capacities and densities of liquid n-octane, n-nonane, n-decane, and n-hexadecane at temperatures from 318.15 to 373.15 K and at pressures up to 10 MPa, J. Chem. Thermodynam., 1991, 23, 923-931. [all data]

Trejo, Costas, et al., 1991
Trejo, L.M.; Costas, M.; Patterson, D., Excess heat capacity of organic mixtures, Internat. DATA Series, Selected Data Mixt., 1991, Ser. [all data]

Andreoli-Ball, Patterson, et al., 1988
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