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Molar Heat Capacity (cP) of Acetic acid

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Component

Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
C2H4O2 60.053 64-19-7 Acetic acid
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Data Table

T [K] P [kPa] Molar Heat Capacity (cP) [J/(mol*K)] State Reference
13.67   2.713 Solid 5
16.01   4.11 Solid 5
17.81   5.296 Solid 5
19.40   6.338 Solid 5
20.88   8.067 Solid 5
22.59   9.232 Solid 5
24.27   9.921 Solid 5
28.15   12.99 Solid 5
30.25   14.61 Solid 5
32.09   16.09 Solid 5
32.67   16.51 Solid 5
35.18   18.41 Solid 5
35.81   19.02 Solid 5
38.72   21.28 Solid 5
40.13   22.16 Solid 5
42.33   23.91 Solid 5
42.68   23.96 Solid 5
46.25   26.38 Solid 5
49.76   28.90 Solid 5
52.06   30.36 Solid 5
54.95   32.26 Solid 5
58.59   34.48 Solid 5
60.07   35.26 Solid 5
62.35   36.46 Solid 5
65.97   38.28 Solid 5
70.76   40.45 Solid 5
71.47   40.75 Solid 5
75.19   42.26 Solid 5
76.65   42.87 Solid 5
79.44   43.89 Solid 5
81.61   44.70 Solid 5
83.55   45.35 Solid 5
86.39   46.33 Solid 5
87.40   46.98 Solid 2
87.54   46.65 Solid 5
89.10   47.49 Solid 2
90.40   47.74 Solid 2
90.70   48.24 Solid 2
91.02   47.78 Solid 5
91.25   47.75 Solid 5
91.43   47.82 Solid 5
94.70   48.99 Solid 2
95.23   48.90 Solid 5
95.50   49.50 Solid 2
95.53   49.03 Solid 5
95.76   49.05 Solid 5
96.10   49.50 Solid 2
99.52   50.02 Solid 5
100.00   50.25 Solid 2
100.16   50.25 Solid 5
104.27   51.20 Solid 5
104.47   51.30 Solid 5
108.70   52.23 Solid 5
112.87   53.11 Solid 5
116.08   53.72 Solid 5
116.98   53.92 Solid 5
121.04   54.68 Solid 5
121.80   54.81 Solid 5
125.05   55.38 Solid 5
128.70   56.03 Solid 5
129.02   56.07 Solid 5
132.94   56.75 Solid 5
133.31   56.82 Solid 5
137.87   57.57 Solid 5
142.39   58.28 Solid 5
146.85   58.99 Solid 5
151.28   59.68 Solid 5
153.50   60.05 Solid 2
155.67   60.37 Solid 5
160.02   61.09 Solid 5
164.33   61.82 Solid 5
168.60   62.58 Solid 5
172.85   63.10 Solid 5
177.06   63.76 Solid 5
181.25   64.43 Solid 5
185.33   65.12 Solid 5
185.40   65.03 Solid 5
188.85   65.69 Solid 5
189.53   65.72 Solid 5
192.34   66.25 Solid 5
194.60   65.83 Solid 2
195.82   66.83 Solid 5
197.70   66.83 Solid 2
198.90   67.33 Solid 2
199.27   67.40 Solid 5
202.71   67.97 Solid 5
206.12   68.56 Solid 5
209.52   69.11 Solid 5
212.90   69.70 Solid 5
216.25   70.27 Solid 5
219.59   70.86 Solid 5
222.91   71.47 Solid 5
226.21   72.05 Solid 5
229.48   72.63 Solid 5
232.50   72.36 Solid 2
232.74   73.22 Solid 5
235.99   73.85 Solid 5
238.90   74.37 Solid 2
239.21   74.42 Solid 5
242.41   75.02 Solid 5
245.60   75.68 Solid 5
248.19   76.11 Solid 5
248.76   76.30 Solid 5
251.90   76.85 Solid 5
251.91   76.97 Solid 5
255.04   77.59 Solid 5
255.50   78.14 Solid 2
255.58   77.60 Solid 5
258.15   78.23 Solid 5
259.23   78.39 Solid 5
261.24   78.88 Solid 5
262.86   79.20 Solid 5
264.31   79.63 Solid 5
266.46   80.06 Solid 5
267.37   80.39 Solid 5
270.03   81.04 Solid 5
270.40   81.23 Solid 5
273.41   82.20 Solid 5
273.66   82.21 Solid 5
274.70   88.19 Solid 2
276.39   83.45 Solid 5
277.16   83.80 Solid 5
280.61   86.62 Solid 5
283.92   94.25 Solid 5
289.65   120.35 Liquid 3
292.60   122.61 Liquid 2
294.70   123.36 Liquid 2
334.45   128.34 Liquid 4
347.45   129.65 Liquid 4
358.55   130.80 Liquid 4
415.42 101.300 368.50 Vapor 1
426.48 101.300 345.80 Vapor 1
441.10 101.300 311.30 Vapor 1
447.98 101.300 295.60 Vapor 1
460.17 101.300 270.90 Vapor 1
474.30 101.300 249.40 Vapor 1
498.42 101.300 225.10 Vapor 1
525.32 101.300 212.10 Vapor 1

List of References

Number Source
1 Shao S.; Yu Q.; Fang W.; He G.: Vapor Heat Capacities of (Acetic Acid + 4-Methyl-2-Pentanone) at Atmospheric Pressure. J.Chem.Thermodyn. 28 (1996) 349-355
2 Parks G.S.; Kelley K.K.: Thermal Data on Organic Compounds. II. The Heat Capacities of Five Organic Compounds. The Entropies and Free Energies of Some Homologous Series of Aliphatic Compounds. J.Am.Chem.Soc. 47 (1925) 2089-2097
3 Radulescu D.; Jula O.: Beiträge zur Bestimmung der Abstufung der Polarität des Aminstickstoffes in den organischen Verbindungen. Z.Phys.Chem.Abt.B 26 (1934) 390-394
4 von Reis M.A.: Die spezifische Waerme fluessiger organischer Verbindungen und ihre Beziehung zu deren Molekulargewicht. Ann.Physik 249 (1881) 447-465
5 Martin J.F.; Andon R.J.L.: Part LII. Molarheat Capacity of Ethanoic, Propanoic, and Butanoic Acids. J.Chem.Thermodyn. 14 (1982) 679-688

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