Compound Information


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For this compound, WTT contains critically evaluated recommendations for:
(Please note that if more than 50 points are used for
regression, only the 50 mostconstraining points are reported)
 Triple point temperature
 Triple point temperature (Crystal 1, Liquid, and Gas)
37 experimental data points  Triple point temperature (Crystal 2, Crystal 1, and Gas)
5 experimental data points
 Triple point temperature (Crystal 1, Liquid, and Gas)
 Normal boiling temperature (Liquid and Gas)
 Critical temperature (Liquid and Gas)
28 experimental data points  Critical pressure (Liquid and Gas)
26 experimental data points  Boiling temperature (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Pressure
Pressure from 11.6961 kPa to 4599.2 kPa  Phase boundary pressure
 Phase boundary pressure (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
50 experimental data points  Phase boundary pressure (Crystal 1 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 49.55 K to 90.686 K
28 experimental data points  Phase boundary pressure (Crystal 1 in equilibrium with Liquid) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6861 K to 260.852 K
47 experimental data points
 Phase boundary pressure (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Critical density (Liquid and Gas)
20 experimental data points  Density
 Density (Gas in equilibrium with Liquid) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
50 experimental data points  Density (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
50 experimental data points  Density (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
50 experimental data points  Density (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa
50 experimental data points
 Density (Gas in equilibrium with Liquid) as a function of Temperature
 Isobaric coefficient of expansion
 Isobaric coefficient of expansion (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa  Isobaric coefficient of expansion (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
 Isobaric coefficient of expansion (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
 Isothermal compressibility
 Isothermal compressibility (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa  Isothermal compressibility (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
 Isothermal compressibility (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
 Thermal pressure coefficient
 Thermal pressure coefficient (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa  Thermal pressure coefficient (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
 Thermal pressure coefficient (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
 2nd virial coefficient (Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
50 experimental data points  3rd virial coefficient (Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
45 experimental data points  Enthalpy of phase transition
 Enthalpy of phase transition (Crystal 1 to Liquid in equilibrium with Gas)
5 experimental data points  Enthalpy of phase transition (Crystal 2 to Crystal 1 in equilibrium with Gas)
4 experimental data points
 Enthalpy of phase transition (Crystal 1 to Liquid in equilibrium with Gas)
 Enthalpy of vaporization or sublimation
 Enthalpy of vaporization or sublimation (Liquid to Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
13 experimental data points  Enthalpy of vaporization or sublimation (Crystal 1 to Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 49.55 K to 90.686 K
 Enthalpy of vaporization or sublimation (Liquid to Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Heat capacity at saturation pressure
 Heat capacity at saturation pressure (Crystal 2 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 6 K to 18.752 K
48 experimental data points  Heat capacity at saturation pressure (Crystal 1 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 20.509 K to 90.686 K
31 experimental data points  Heat capacity at saturation pressure (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.4 K
50 experimental data points
 Heat capacity at saturation pressure (Crystal 2 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Heat capacity at constant pressure
 Heat capacity at constant pressure (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 50 K to 5000 K
42 experimental data points  Heat capacity at constant pressure (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
50 experimental data points  Heat capacity at constant pressure (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa
50 experimental data points
 Heat capacity at constant pressure (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Enthalpy
 Enthalpy (Crystal 2 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 6 K to 18.752 K  Enthalpy (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 50 K to 5000 K
 Enthalpy (Crystal 2 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Entropy
 Entropy (Crystal 2 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 6 K to 18.752 K  Entropy (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 50 K to 5000 K  Entropy (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
 Entropy (Crystal 2 in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Adiabatic compressibility
 Adiabatic compressibility (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa  Adiabatic compressibility (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
 Adiabatic compressibility (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
 Pressure coefficient of enthalpy (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa  JouleThomson coefficient (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa  Speed of sound
 Speed of sound (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
50 experimental data points  Speed of sound (Gas in equilibrium with Liquid) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
44 experimental data points  Speed of sound (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa
50 experimental data points  Speed of sound (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
50 experimental data points
 Speed of sound (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Refractive index (Liquid) as a function of Wavelength, Temperature, and Pressure
Wavelength from 488 nm to 632.8 nm
Temperature from 90.688 K to 189.416 K
50 experimental data points  Surface tension (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
48 experimental data points  Viscosity
 Viscosity (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.4 K
31 experimental data points  Viscosity (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 0.1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
50 experimental data points  Viscosity (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 0.1 kPa to 100000 kPa
158 experimental data points
 Viscosity (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
 Thermal conductivity
 Thermal conductivity (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 625 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 4599.2 kPa
50 experimental data points  Thermal conductivity (Liquid) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.564 K
Pressure from 1 kPa to 1000000 kPa
304 experimental data points  Thermal conductivity (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
Temperature from 90.6942 K to 190.4 K
5 experimental data points
 Thermal conductivity (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
 Enthalpy of formation (Gas)
2 experimental data points
About WTT
NIST/TRC Web Thermo Tables (WTT)
NIST Standard Reference Subscription Database 3  Professional Edition
Version 220121Pro
This web application provides access to a collection of critically evaluated thermodynamic property data for pure compounds with a primary focus on organics. These data were generated through dynamic data analysis, as implemented in the NIST ThermoData Engine software package [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]. Some critically evaluated data from the historical TRC Thermodynamic Tables archive [7, 8] are included, also. As of May 2012, the Professional Edition contains information on 28432 compounds and total of 531486 evaluated data points. The properties covered by both versions (32 total) are described in Properties and Implemented Models.
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