Table of contents

  1. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 1-13
  2. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 14-29
  3. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 30-49
  4. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 50-71
  5. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 72-90
  6. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 91-107
  7. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 108-127
  8. J. Dykyj, J. Svoboda, R. C. Wilhoit, M. Frenkel, K. R. Hall
    Pages 128-145
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    Pages 146-162
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    Pages 163-165
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    Pages 166-179
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    Pages 180-195
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    Pages 196-216
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    Pages 217-233
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    Pages 234-250
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    Pages 251-258
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About this book

Introduction

Thermodynamic properties of fluids are vital information for design, operation and maintenance in the fluid processing or continuous manufacturing industries. Among the thermodynamic properties, some are more important and pervasive with vapor pressure being possibly the most important of all. Practical handling of any fluid requires knowledge of its vapor pressure, and vapor pressure (or boiling point) is invariably among the first properties measured for any substance. These volumes should be of value to professionals in a wide variety of commercial and academic activities because they present vapor pressures for such a wide variety of organic compounds. The present volume IV/20A covers data for hydrocarbons and organic (and some inorganic) chemicals containing S, Se, Te as well as halohydrocarbons, 4252 compounds in total. A general introduction acquaints the the user with the basic concepts and experimental methods of the field.

Keywords

Dampf Druck organic compounds pressure vapor vapor pressure

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b71086
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-64735-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-69071-9
  • Series Print ISSN 1615-2018
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9557
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