Dortmund Data Bank

Ideal Gas Heat Capacity of 1-Butanol

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Component

Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
C4H10O 74.123 71-36-3 1-Butanol
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Data Table

T [K] P [kPa] Ideal Gas Heat Capacity [J/(mol*K)] State Reference
100.00   58.33 Ideal Gas 3
150.00   70.10 Ideal Gas 3
200.00   81.28 Ideal Gas 3
273.15   100.68 Ideal Gas 3
273.16   103.68 Ideal Gas 2
298.15   108.03 Ideal Gas 3
298.16   109.58 Ideal Gas 4
298.16   110.00 Ideal Gas 2
300.00   108.58 Ideal Gas 3
300.00   110.17 Ideal Gas 4
300.00   110.50 Ideal Gas 2
398.15 50.764 141.46 Ideal Gas 5
398.15 101.320 146.94 Ideal Gas 5
400.00   137.24 Ideal Gas 2
400.00   138.16 Ideal Gas 3
400.00   139.41 Ideal Gas 4
408.00   143.09 Ideal Gas 1
413.15 50.764 144.47 Ideal Gas 5
413.15 101.320 147.61 Ideal Gas 5
433.15 50.764 149.08 Ideal Gas 5
433.15 101.320 150.88 Ideal Gas 5
435.00   148.53 Ideal Gas 1
453.15 50.764 153.80 Ideal Gas 5
453.15 101.320 154.98 Ideal Gas 5
500.00   162.17 Ideal Gas 2
500.00   164.42 Ideal Gas 3
500.00   165.35 Ideal Gas 4
600.00   183.68 Ideal Gas 2
600.00   186.38 Ideal Gas 3
600.00   186.94 Ideal Gas 4
700.00   202.13 Ideal Gas 2
700.00   204.83 Ideal Gas 3
700.00   205.27 Ideal Gas 4
800.00   218.03 Ideal Gas 2
800.00   220.56 Ideal Gas 3
800.00   220.79 Ideal Gas 4
900.00   231.79 Ideal Gas 2
900.00   234.15 Ideal Gas 3
900.00   234.43 Ideal Gas 4
1000.00   243.76 Ideal Gas 2
1000.00   245.93 Ideal Gas 3
1000.00   246.23 Ideal Gas 4
1100.00   256.18 Ideal Gas 3
1200.00   265.10 Ideal Gas 3
1300.00   272.86 Ideal Gas 3
1400.00   279.63 Ideal Gas 3
1500.00   285.54 Ideal Gas 3

List of References

Number Source
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2 Green J.H.S.: Thermodynamic properties of the normal alcohols C1-C12.. J.Appl.Chem. 11 (1961) 397-404
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
4 Chermin H.A.G.: Part 28. Gaseous Normal Alcohols. Petrol.Refiner 40 (1961) 127-130
5 Counsell J.F.; Hales J.L.; Martin J.F.: Thermodynamic Properties of Organic Oxygen Compounds Part. 16. - Butyl Alcohol. Trans.Faraday Soc. 61 (1965) 1869-1875

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