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Unformatted text preview: THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE L. V. Gurvich, V. S. Iorish, V. S. Yungman, and O. V. Dorofeeva The thermodynamic properties C p ( T ), S ( T ), H ( T )- H ( T r ), -[ G ( T )- H ( T r )]/ T and formation properties f H ( T ), f G ( T ), log K f ( T ) are tabulated as functions of temperature in the range 298 .15 to 1500 K for 80 substances in the standard state .The ref- erence temperature, T r , is equal to 298 .15 K . The standard state pressure is taken as 1 bar (100,000 Pa) . The tables are presented in the JANAF Thermochemical Tables format (Reference 2) . The numerical data are extracted from IVTANTHERMO databases except for C 2 H 4 O, C 3 H 6 O, C 6 H 6 , C 6 H 6 O, C 10 H 8 , and CH 5 N, which are based upon TRC Tables . See the references for information on standard states and other details . References 1 . Gurvich, L . V ., Veyts, I . V ., and Alcock, C . B ., Eds ., Thermodynamic Properties of Individual Substances, 4th ed. , Hemisphere Publishing Corp ., New York, 1989 . 2 . Chase, M . W ., et al ., JANAF Thermochemical Tables, 3rd ed., J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data , 14, Suppl . 1, 1985 . No. Formula Name State 1 Ar Argon g 2 Br Bromine g 3 Br 2 Dibromine g 4 BrH Hydrogen bromide g 5 C Carbon (graphite) cr 6 C Carbon (diamond) cr 7 C 2 Dicarbon g 8 C 3 Tricarbon g 9 CO Carbon oxide g 10 CO 2 Carbon dioxide g 11 CH 4 Methane g 12 C 2 H 2 Acetylene g 13 C 2 H 4 Ethylene g 14 C 2 H 6 Ethane g 15 C 3 H 6 Cyclopropane g 16 C 3 H 8 Propane g 17 C 6 H 6 Benzene l 18 C 6 H 6 Benzene g 19 C 10 H 8 Naphthalene cr, l 20 C 10 H 8 Naphthalene g 21 CH 2 O Formaldehyde g 22 CH 4 O Methanol g 23 C 2 H 4 O Acetaldehyde g 24 C 2 H 6 O Ethanol g 25 C 2 H 4 O 2 Acetic acid g 26 C 3 H 6 O Acetone g 27 C 6 H 6 O Phenol g 28 CF 4 Carbon tetrafluoride g 29 CHF 3 Trifluoromethane g 30 CClF 3 Chlorotrifluoromethane g 31 CCl 2 F 2 Dichlorodifluoromethane g 32 CHClF 2 Chlorodifluoromethane g 33 CH 5 N Methylamine g 34 Cl Chlorine g 35 Cl 2 Dichlorine g 36 ClH Hydrogen chloride g 37 Cu Copper cr, l 38 Cu Copper g 39 CuO Copper oxide cr 40 Cu 2 O Dicopper oxide cr 41 CuCl 2 Copper dichloride cr, l No. Formula Name State 42 CuCl 2 Copper dichloride g 43 F Fluorine g 44 F 2 Difluorine g 45 FH Hydrogen fluoride g 46 Ge Germanium cr, l 47 Ge Germanium g 48 GeO 2 Germanium dioxide cr, l 49 GeCl 4 Germanium tetrachloride g 50 H Hydrogen g 51 H 2 Dihydrogen g 52 HO Hydroxyl g 53 H 2 O Water l 54 H 2 O Water g 55 I Iodine g 56 I 2 Diiodine cr, l 57 I 2 Diiodine g 58 IH Hydrogen iodide g 59 K Potassium cr, l 60 K Potassium g 61 K 2 O Dipotassium oxide cr, l 62 KOH Potassium hydroxide cr, l 63 KOH Potassium hydroxide g 64 KCl Potassium chloride cr, l 65 KCl Potassium chloride g 66 N 2 Dinitrogen g 67 NO Nitric oxide g 68 NO 2 Nitrogen dioxide g 69 NH 3 Ammonia g 70 O Oxygen g 71 O 2 Dioxygen g 72 S Sulfur cr, l 73 S Sulfur g 74 S 2 Disulfur g 75 S 8 Octasulfur g 76 SO 2 Sulfur dioxide g 77 Si Silicon cr 78 Si Silicon g 79 SiO 2...
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