Perry’s Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, Eighth Edition

Section 2-A: Physical and Chemical Data

Overview

Bruce E. Poling Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Toledo (Physical and Chemical Data)

George H. Thomson AIChE Design Institute for Physical Properties (Physical and Chemical Data)

Daniel G. Friend National Institute of Standards and Technology (Physical and Chemical Data)

Richard L. Rowley Department of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University (Prediction and Correlation of Physical Properties)

W. Vincent Wilding Department of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University (Prediction and Correlation of Physical Properties)

GENERAL REFERENCES

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PURE SUBSTANCES

Tables

2-1

Physical Properties of the Elements and Inorganic Compounds

2-7

2-2

Physical Properties of Organic Compounds

2-28

VAPOR PRESSURES OF PURE SUBSTANCES

Units Conversions

2-48

Additional References

2-48

Tables

2-3

Vapor Pressure of Water Ice from 0 to 40 C

2-48

2-4

Vapor Pressure of Supercooled Liquid Water from 0 to 40 C

2-48

2-5

Vapor Pressure (MPa) of Liquid Water from 0 to 100 C

2-48

2-6

Substances in Tables 2-8, 2-32, 2-141, 2-150, 2-153, 2-155, 2-156, 2-179, 2-312, 2-313, 2-314, and 2-315 Sorted by Chemical Family

2-49

2-7

Formula Index of Substances in Tables 2-8, 2-32, 2-141, 2-150, 2-153, 2-155, 2-156, 2-179, 2-312, 2-313, 2-314, and 2-315

2-52

2-8

Vapor Pressure of Inorganic and Organic Liquids, ln P = C1 + C2/ T + C3 ln T + C4 T C5, P in Pa

2-55

2-9

Vapor Pressures of Inorganic Compounds, up to 1 atm

2-61

2-10

Vapor...