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Temperature Dependence of Physical-Chemical Properties of Selected Chemicals of Environmental Interest I. Mononuclear and Polynuclear

By Shiu, Wan Ying

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Title: Temperature Dependence of Physical-Chemical Properties of Selected Chemicals of Environmental Interest I. Mononuclear and Polynuclear  
Author: Shiu, Wan Ying
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: It has long been recognized that key physical-chemical properties which control the fare of organic chemicals in the environment, especially in air-water systems, are: aqueous solubility, vapor pressure, and Henry's law constant or the air-water partition coefficient. Values of these properties are generally reported in the literature at ambient or standard temperatures of 20 or 25 C. Environmentally important temperatures, however, vary considerably, thus reliable data are required on the temperature dependence of these properties.

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contents 4. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for 1. Introduction.. .............................. 42 p-xylene .................................. 53 2. Physical-Chemical Properties. ................ 42 5. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for 3. Temperature Dependence of the Properties. ..... 65 1,3,5-trimethylbenzene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 4. Data Compilation and Presentation. ............ 124 6. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for 5. Acknowledaments. ......................... 125 n-propylhenzene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 6. References. ................................ 125 7. hgarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1 /fo~r ........................... List of Tables isopropylbenzene 54 1. Physical constants and thermodynamic properties 8. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for of aromatic hydrocarbons.. ................... 43 n-butylbenzene. ............................ 55 2. Aqueous solubilities and reported equations for 9. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for temperature dependence of aromatic n-pentylbenzene. ........................... 55 hydrocarbons. .............................. 67 lo. vs for 3. Vapor pressures and reported equations for temperature depedence of aromatic hydrocarbons. 87 4. Henry's law constants and reported equations for temperature dependence of aromatic hydrocarbons. .............................. 112 5. Recommended physical-chemical properties at 25 C and equations for temperature dependence equations between 5 and 50 C. ............... 122 List of Figures 1. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for benzene ................................... 52 2. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for toluene. ................................... 53 3. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for ethylbenzene. .............................. 53 ')~lectronic mail: wy.shiu@utomnto.ca b)~lectronimc ail: kc.ma@utoronto.ca 02000 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. All rights reserved. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics. styrene. .................................... 55 11. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for naphthalene. ............................... 56 12. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for biphenyl .................................. 56 13. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for acenaphthene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 14. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for fluorene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 15. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for phenanthrene ............................... 57 16. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs l/T for anthracene ................................. 57 17. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for pyrene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 18. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for benzo[a]anthracene. ........................ 58 19. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for chrysene. ................................. 58 20. Logarithm of mole fraction solubility vs 1/T for fluoranthene ............................... 59

 

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