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Chemical properties handbook [electronic resource] : physical, thermodynamic, environmental, transport, and health related properties for organic and inorganic chemicals / [edited] by Carl L. Yaws.

Por: Yaws, Carl L [].
Tipo de material: TextoTextoSeries McGraw-Hill handbooks: Editor: New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill Education LLC., c1999Descripción: vii, 779 p. : ill., figs., tables.ISBN: 9780070734012; 0070734011.Tema(s): Chemicals -- Properties -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Chemicals -- Safety measures -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Chemicals -- Handbooks, manuals, etcClasificación CDD: 660.021 Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea Also issued in print and PDF version.
Contenidos:
A. Chemical engineering books -- B. Contributors -- C. Acknowledgments -- D. Disclaimer -- 1. Critical properties and acentric factor -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Critical properties and acentric factor -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 2. Heat capacity of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Heat capacity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 3. Heat capacity of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Heat capacity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 4. Heat capacity of solid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Heat capacity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 5. Enthalpy of vaporization -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Enthalpy of vaporization correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 6. Enthalpy of fusion -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Enthalpy of fusion -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 7. Vapor pressure -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Vapor pressure correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 8. Density of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Liquid density correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 9. Surface tension -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Surface tension correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 10. Refractive index, dipole moment, and radius of gyration -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Refractive index, dipole moment, and radius of gyration -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 11. Entropy and entropy of formation of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Entropy and entropy of formation -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 12. Enthalpy of formation -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Correlation for enthalpy of formation -- Examples -- References – organic compounds -- References – inorganic compounds -- 13. Gibbs energy of formation -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Correlation for gibbs energy of formation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 14. Solubility parameter, liquid volume, and van der waals area and volume -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Solubility parameter and liquid volume -- Van der waals area and volume -- References - solubility parameter and liquid volume - organic compounds -- References - solubility parameter and liquid volume - inorganic compounds -- References - van der waals area and volume - organic compounds -- References - van der waals area and volume - inorganic compounds.
15. Solubility in water and octanol-water partition coefficient -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Solubility in water -- Octanol-water partition coefficient -- Examples -- References - water solubility - organic compounds -- References - octanol-water partition coefficient - organic compounds -- 16. Solubility in water containing salt -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Salt water solubility correlation -- References - organic compounds -- 17. Solubility in water as a function of temperature -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Water solubility correlation -- References - organic compounds -- 18. Henry's law constant for compound in water -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Henry's law constant -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- 19. Adsorption on activated carbon -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Adsorption capacity correlation -- Estimation equation -- Examples -- Operation and design -- References - organic compounds -- 20. Soil sorption coefficient -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Soil sorption coefficient -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- 21. Viscosity of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Gas viscosity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 22. Viscosity of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Liquid viscosity correlation -- Examples -- References- organic compounds -- References- inorganic compounds -- 23. Thermal conductivity of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thermal conductivity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 24. Thermal conductivity of liquid and solid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thermal conductivity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 25. Explosive limits in air, flash point, and autoignition temperature -- Abstract -- Explosive limits in air -- Explosive limits for mixtures -- Flash point and autoignition temperature -- Examples -- References - explosive limits in air - organic and inorganic compounds -- References - flash point and autoignition temperature - organic and inorganic compounds -- 26. Enthalpy of combustion -- Abstract -- Enthalpy of combustion -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- 27. Exposure limits for safeguarding health -- Abstract -- Exposure limits for safeguarding health -- Mixtures -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 28. Coefficient of thermal expansion of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thermal expansion coefficient -- Volumetric expansion rate -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- A. Appendix A: conversion table -- B. Appendix B: henry's law constant - equations -- Liquids (partial solubility) -- Liquids (total solubility) -- Gases -- C. Appendix C: compound list by chemical formula -- D. Appendix D: compound list by cas registry number -- E. Appendix E: compound list by name and synonym.
Resumen: Accurate information on how chemicals behave at different temperatures and under different conditions is often hard to find or difficult to calculate. This unique handbook provides scientific, engineering, and environmental professionals and students with this necessary information, in an all-in-one, easy-access format. This long-needed handbook covers both organic (C1 to C28 compounds) and inorganic (Ag to Zn compounds) substances, and provides both experimental values and estimated values based on methods developed by the author and other noted experts. It can save countless hours of searching for the right source or performing complicated calculations. Applications to engineering and all the sciences: Obtain critical values for temperature and pressure for design or operation of compressors and turbines; find heat capacity data for heat exchangers; accurately design and safely operate vaporizers and condensers with precise information on enthalpy of vaporization; size vaporizer/condenser storage vessels with density data; determine the heating and cooling requirements of reactors with values for the enthalpy of formation; determine chemical equilibria for reactions using Gibbs' energy of formation; design and operate effective stripping operations for water pollutant removal using water solubility data and Henry's Law Constant; find needed adsorption capacities of activated carbon for cleaning air of various pollutants; use soil sorption coefficient for agricultural applications; solve problems for fluid flow of gases and liquids in pipes using viscosity data; use thermal conductivity data for heat transfer problems of gases and liquids; use lower explosion limit, upper explosion limit, flash point, and autoignition temperature for safety applications; use threshold limit value (ACGIH), permissible exposure limit (OSHA), and recommended exposure limit (NIOSH) to design facilities while safeguarding health; use thermal expansion coefficient data to design relief systems; plus thousands of other time-saving uses.
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A. Chemical engineering books -- B. Contributors -- C. Acknowledgments -- D. Disclaimer -- 1. Critical properties and acentric factor -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Critical properties and acentric factor -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 2. Heat capacity of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Heat capacity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 3. Heat capacity of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Heat capacity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 4. Heat capacity of solid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Heat capacity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 5. Enthalpy of vaporization -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Enthalpy of vaporization correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 6. Enthalpy of fusion -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Enthalpy of fusion -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 7. Vapor pressure -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Vapor pressure correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 8. Density of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Liquid density correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 9. Surface tension -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Surface tension correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 10. Refractive index, dipole moment, and radius of gyration -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Refractive index, dipole moment, and radius of gyration -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 11. Entropy and entropy of formation of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Entropy and entropy of formation -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 12. Enthalpy of formation -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Correlation for enthalpy of formation -- Examples -- References – organic compounds -- References – inorganic compounds -- 13. Gibbs energy of formation -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Correlation for gibbs energy of formation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 14. Solubility parameter, liquid volume, and van der waals area and volume -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Solubility parameter and liquid volume -- Van der waals area and volume -- References - solubility parameter and liquid volume - organic compounds -- References - solubility parameter and liquid volume - inorganic compounds -- References - van der waals area and volume - organic compounds -- References - van der waals area and volume - inorganic compounds.

15. Solubility in water and octanol-water partition coefficient -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Solubility in water -- Octanol-water partition coefficient -- Examples -- References - water solubility - organic compounds -- References - octanol-water partition coefficient - organic compounds -- 16. Solubility in water containing salt -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Salt water solubility correlation -- References - organic compounds -- 17. Solubility in water as a function of temperature -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Water solubility correlation -- References - organic compounds -- 18. Henry's law constant for compound in water -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Henry's law constant -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- 19. Adsorption on activated carbon -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Adsorption capacity correlation -- Estimation equation -- Examples -- Operation and design -- References - organic compounds -- 20. Soil sorption coefficient -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Soil sorption coefficient -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- 21. Viscosity of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Gas viscosity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 22. Viscosity of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Liquid viscosity correlation -- Examples -- References- organic compounds -- References- inorganic compounds -- 23. Thermal conductivity of gas -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thermal conductivity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 24. Thermal conductivity of liquid and solid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thermal conductivity correlation -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 25. Explosive limits in air, flash point, and autoignition temperature -- Abstract -- Explosive limits in air -- Explosive limits for mixtures -- Flash point and autoignition temperature -- Examples -- References - explosive limits in air - organic and inorganic compounds -- References - flash point and autoignition temperature - organic and inorganic compounds -- 26. Enthalpy of combustion -- Abstract -- Enthalpy of combustion -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- 27. Exposure limits for safeguarding health -- Abstract -- Exposure limits for safeguarding health -- Mixtures -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- 28. Coefficient of thermal expansion of liquid -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Thermal expansion coefficient -- Volumetric expansion rate -- Examples -- References - organic compounds -- References - inorganic compounds -- A. Appendix A: conversion table -- B. Appendix B: henry's law constant - equations -- Liquids (partial solubility) -- Liquids (total solubility) -- Gases -- C. Appendix C: compound list by chemical formula -- D. Appendix D: compound list by cas registry number -- E. Appendix E: compound list by name and synonym.

Accurate information on how chemicals behave at different temperatures and under different conditions is often hard to find or difficult to calculate. This unique handbook provides scientific, engineering, and environmental professionals and students with this necessary information, in an all-in-one, easy-access format. This long-needed handbook covers both organic (C1 to C28 compounds) and inorganic (Ag to Zn compounds) substances, and provides both experimental values and estimated values based on methods developed by the author and other noted experts. It can save countless hours of searching for the right source or performing complicated calculations. Applications to engineering and all the sciences: Obtain critical values for temperature and pressure for design or operation of compressors and turbines; find heat capacity data for heat exchangers; accurately design and safely operate vaporizers and condensers with precise information on enthalpy of vaporization; size vaporizer/condenser storage vessels with density data; determine the heating and cooling requirements of reactors with values for the enthalpy of formation; determine chemical equilibria for reactions using Gibbs' energy of formation; design and operate effective stripping operations for water pollutant removal using water solubility data and Henry's Law Constant; find needed adsorption capacities of activated carbon for cleaning air of various pollutants; use soil sorption coefficient for agricultural applications; solve problems for fluid flow of gases and liquids in pipes using viscosity data; use thermal conductivity data for heat transfer problems of gases and liquids; use lower explosion limit, upper explosion limit, flash point, and autoignition temperature for safety applications; use threshold limit value (ACGIH), permissible exposure limit (OSHA), and recommended exposure limit (NIOSH) to design facilities while safeguarding health; use thermal expansion coefficient data to design relief systems; plus thousands of other time-saving uses.

Also issued in print and PDF version.


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