Dortmund Data Bank

G-function (G-G0)/T of Tetrahydrofuran

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Component

Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
C4H8O 72.107 109-99-9 Tetrahydrofuran
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Data Table

T [K] G-function (G-G0)/T [J/(mol*K)] State Reference
100.00 -208.11 Vapor 2
100.00 -207.19 Vapor 3
150.00 -223.25 Vapor 3
200.00 -235.55 Vapor 2
200.00 -235.52 Vapor 1
200.00 -235.08 Vapor 3
273.15 -249.24 Vapor 1
273.15 -248.90 Vapor 3
298.15 -253.43 Vapor 1
298.15 -253.11 Vapor 3
300.00 -253.73 Vapor 2
300.00 -253.72 Vapor 1
300.00 -253.41 Vapor 3
400.00 -269.27 Vapor 2
400.00 -269.24 Vapor 1
400.00 -269.00 Vapor 3
500.00 -283.93 Vapor 2
500.00 -283.84 Vapor 1
500.00 -283.65 Vapor 3
600.00 -298.17 Vapor 2
600.00 -298.03 Vapor 1
600.00 -297.86 Vapor 3
700.00 -312.09 Vapor 2
700.00 -311.88 Vapor 1
700.00 -311.74 Vapor 3
800.00 -325.69 Vapor 2
800.00 -325.43 Vapor 1
800.00 -325.28 Vapor 3
900.00 -338.94 Vapor 2
900.00 -338.61 Vapor 1
900.00 -338.48 Vapor 3
1000.00 -351.83 Vapor 2
1000.00 -351.41 Vapor 1
1000.00 -351.33 Vapor 3
1100.00 -364.36 Vapor 2
1100.00 -363.82 Vapor 3
1200.00 -376.53 Vapor 2
1200.00 -375.95 Vapor 3
1300.00 -388.34 Vapor 2
1300.00 -387.72 Vapor 3
1400.00 -399.80 Vapor 2
1400.00 -399.15 Vapor 3
1500.00 -410.92 Vapor 2
1500.00 -410.24 Vapor 3

List of References

Number Source
1 Scott D.W.: Tetrahydrofuran: vibrational assignment, chemical thermodynamic properties, and vapor pressure.. J.Chem.Thermodyn. 2 (1970) 833-837
2 Dorofeeva O.V.: Ideal gas thermodynamic properties of oxygen heterocyclic compounds Part 1. Three-membered. fou-membered and five-membered rings. Thermochim.Acta 194 (1992) 9-46
3 Chao J.; Hall K.R.; Marsh K.N.; Wilhoit R.C.: Thermodynamic properties of key organic oxygen compounds in the carbon range C1 to C4. Part 2. Ideal gas properties.. J.Phys.Chem.Ref.Data 15 (1986) 1369-1436

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