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Heat of Vaporization of m-Xylene

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Component

Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
C8H10 106.167 108-38-3 m-Xylene
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Data Table

T [K] Molar Enthalpy [J/mol] State Reference
298.15 42570.00 Vapor-Liquid 5
298.15 42652.90 Vapor-Liquid 2
320.00 41480.00 Vapor-Liquid 6
340.00 40350.00 Vapor-Liquid 6
360.00 39220.00 Vapor-Liquid 6
380.00 38050.00 Vapor-Liquid 6
400.00 36830.00 Vapor-Liquid 6
411.45 36383.00 Vapor-Liquid 3
412.20 36400.00 Vapor-Liquid 1
413.05 34759.80 Vapor-Liquid 4
420.00 35550.00 Vapor-Liquid 6
440.00 34170.00 Vapor-Liquid 6

List of References

Number Source
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2 Osborne N.S.; Ginnings D.C.: Measurements of Heat of Vaporization and Heat Capacity of a Number of Hydrocarbons.. J.Res. NBS 39 (1947) 453-477
3 Mathews J.H.: The Accurate Measurement of the Heats of Vaporization of Liquids. J.Am.Chem.Soc. 48 (1926) 562-576
4 Schiff R.: Verdampfungswärmen homologer Kohlenstoffverbindungen. Justus Liebigs Ann.Chem. 234 (1886) 338-350
5 Kusano K.; Saito Y.: Enthalpies of Vaporization of Benzene and its Derivatives. 9th Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics and Thermal Analysis, Japan (1974) 55-56
6 Chirico R.D.; Knipmeyer S.E.; Nguyen A.; Reynolds J.W.; Steele W.V.: Thermodynamic equilibria in xylene isomerization. 2. The thermodynamic properties of m-xylene. J.Chem.Eng.Data 42 (1997) 475-487

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