15_22_86 - DENSITY OF SOLVENTS AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE...

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1 5 - 25 D ENSI T Y OF S OL VEN T S A S A F U N C T ION OF T EM P ER A TU RE T he table below lists the density of several common solvents in the temperature range from 0 C to 100 C. The values have been calculated from the Rackett Equation using parameters in the ref- erence. Density values refer to the liquid at its saturation vapor pressure; thus entries for temperatures above the normal boiling point are for pressures greater than atmospheric. R eferen ce L ide, D. R., and Kehiaian, H. V., Handbook of Thermophysical and Ther- mochemical Data , CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1994. D ensity in g/mL Solvent 0°C 10°C 20°C 30°C 40°C 50°C 60°C 70°C 80°C 90°C 100°C A cetic acid 1.051 1.038 1.025 1.012 0.9993 0.9861 0.9728 0.9592 0.9454 Acetone 0.8129 0.8016 0.7902 0.7785 0.7666 0.7545 0.7421 0.7293 0.7163 0.7029 0.6890 Acetonitrile 0.7825 0.7707 0.7591 0.7473 0.7353 0.7231 0.7106 0.6980 0.6851 Aniline 1.041 1.033 1.025 1.016 1.008 1.000 0.9909 0.9823 0.9735 0.9646 0.9557 Benzene 0.8884 0.8786 0.8686 0.8584 0.8481 0.8376 0.8269 0.8160 0.8049 0.7935
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