Dortmund Data Bank

Surface Tension of Diethyl ether

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Component

Formula Molar Mass CAS Registry Number Name
C4H10O 74.123 60-29-7 Diethyl ether
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Data Table

T [K] P [kPa] Surface Tension [mN/m] State Reference
287.15   17.8000 Liquid 3
288.15   17.6200 Liquid 5
291.55 101.325 17.2500 Liquid 4
293.15   16.9600 Liquid 6
293.15   17.0600 Liquid 5
296.75 101.325 16.7800 Liquid 4
298.15   16.5000 Liquid 1
298.15   17.3000 Liquid 2
298.15   17.4000 Liquid 2
298.15   17.5000 Liquid 2
298.15   17.6000 Liquid 2
302.55 101.325 16.2500 Liquid 4
303.15   15.9500 Liquid 5

List of References

Number Source
1 Koefoed J.; Villadsen J.V.: Chloroform-Carbon Tetrachloride, Benyene-Diphenylmethane and Heptane-Hexadecane. Acta Chem.Scand. 12 (1958) 1124-1135
2 Andreas J.M.; Hauser E.A.; Tucker W.B.: Boundary tension by pendant drops.. J.Phys.Chem. 42 (1938) 1001-1019
3 Green S.J.; Olden M.J.F.: The insoluble matter of coal tar. VII. Dilution of tars.. J.Appl.Chem. 1 (1951) 433-443
4 Vogel A.I.: Part XII. Ethers and Acetals.. J.Chem.Soc.London (1948) 616-624
5 Hennaut-Roland L.; Lek M.: Methods and equipment used at the Bureau of Physico-Chem. Standards.IV. Surface tension of a series of org. substances.. Bull.Soc.Chim.Belg. 40 (1931) 177-188
6 Richards T.W.; Carver E.K.: A critical study of the capillary rise method of determining surface tension, with data for water, benzene, toluene, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, ether and dimethyl aniline.. J.Am.Chem.Soc. 43 (1921) 827-847

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