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Index of Semiconductor Process Gases - Hydrogen Bromide

HYDROGEN
BROMIDE

M.W. [1]

80.9119

N.B.P [2]

206.45 K

T.P [3]

185.15 K

HBr

Pc [4]

8.552 MPa

Tc [4]

363.15 K

Vc [3]

0.1 m3/kmol

Note: In the tables, # is used for properties obtained from estimation methods. * and + are used to distinguish between differing data sets within a single column. If no uncertainty is specified, then no uncertainty was provided by the reference.

T

K

 $$ \frac{C_P^0(T)} {R} $$

Vapor Pressure

MPa

B(T)

cm3·
mol-1

dB/dT·T

cm3·
mol-1

C(T)

cm6·
mol-2

dC/dT·T

cm6·
mol-2

λ

mW/
(m·K)

η

µPa·s

Estimated
Uncertainty

*1%/+0.1%

1%

Gas densities are calculated to better than 0.1% over the temperature and pressure ranges of the reference.

#10%

#10%

Reference

*5/+6

7

6

6

6

6

6

6

210

*3.502

0.12

-398.9

958.5

-66306

658360

#3.9

#14.86

215

*3.502

0.15

-377.1

895.0

-52341

533020

#4.1

#15.13

220

*3.502

0.19

-357.2

838.1

-41267

433812

#4.2

#15.40

225

*3.502

0.24

-338.9

786.8

-32437

354720

#4.3

#15.67

230

*3.502

0.30

-322.1

740.5

-25360

291244

#4.4

#15.95

235

*3.502

0.36

-306.7

698.6

-19666

239985

#4.6

#16.22

240

+3.503

0.44

-292.4

660.4

-15065

198353

#4.7

#16.49

245

+3.503

0.53

-279.1

625.6

-11336

64360

#4.8

#16.77

250

+3.503

0.63

-266.8

593.8

-8305

136466

#5.0

#17.04

255

+3.503

0.74

-255.3

564.6

-5837

113473

#5.1

#17.31

260

+3.503

0.87

-244.6

537.8

-3823

94438

#5.2

#17.59

265

+3.503

1.02

-234.6

513.0

-2179

78620

#5.4

#17.86

270

+3.503

1.18

-225.2

490.1

-836

65426

#5.5

#18.14

275

+3.503

1.36

-216.4

468.9

260

54385

#5.6

#18.41

280

+3.503

1.56

-208.2

449.3

1154

45118

#5.7

#18.68

285

+3.503

1.78

-200.4

431.0

1882

37318

#5.9

#18.96

290

+3.503

2.02

-193.0

414.0

2472

30736

#6.0

#19.23

295

+3.503

2.28

-186.1

398.0

2949

25171

#6.1

#19.51

300

+3.503

2.57

-179.5

383.2

3332

20455

#6.3

#19.78

305

+3.504

2.88

-173.3

369.2

3636

16453

#6.4

#20.06

310

+3.504

3.21

-167.4

356.2

3875

13051

#6.5

#20.33

315

+3.504

3.57

-161.8

343.9

4060

10156

#6.7

#20.60

320

+3.504

3.96

-156.5

332.3

4200

7691

#6.8

#20.88

340

+3.505

5.78

-137.6

292.3

4443

972

#7.3

#21.97

360

+3.507

8.06

-121.8

260.1

4388

-2551

#7.9

#23.07

380

+3.509

-

-108.5

233.7

4197

-4334

#8.4

#24.16

400

+3.512

-

-97.1

211.8

3951

-5150

#8.9

#25.24

420

+3.516

-

-87.2

193.4

3691

-5426

#9.5

#26.33

440

+3.520

-

-78.6

177.7

3438

-5401

#10.0

#27.40

450

*3.524

-

-74.7

170.7

3318

-5321

#10.3

#27.94

460

*3.527

-

-71.0

164.1

3202

-5211

#10.6

#28.48

480

*3.533

-

-64.3

152.4

2986

-4938

#11.1

#29.55

500

*3.540

-

-58.2

142.1

2790

-4627

#11.6

#30.61

550

*3.561

-

-45.7

121.3

2387

-3835

#13.0

#33.25

600

*3.587

-

-35.9

105.5

2084

-3135

#14.4

#35.85

650

*3.617

-

-27.9

93.1

1857

-2560

#15.8

#38.40

700

*3.650

-

-21.4

83.2

1685

-2096

#17.1

#40.90

750

*3.687

-

-16.0

75.1

1553

-1726

#18.5

#43.36

800

*3.725

-

-11.3

68.4

1452

-1429

#19.9

#45.75

850

*3.764

-

-7.36

62.7

1372

-1190

#21.3

#48.09

900

*3.803

-

-3.92

57.8

1310

-996

#22.6

#50.36

950

*3.842

-

-0.91

53.6

1261

-837

#24.0

#52.57

1000

*3.881

-

1.74

49.9

1221

-708

#25.4

#54.71

References:

  1. IUPAC, "Atomic Weights of the Elements 1993," J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data (1995, 24, 1561).
  2. "Selected Values of Properties of Chemical Compounds," Data Project; Thermodynamics Research Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (1980).
  3. Horvath, A.L., "Physical Properties of Inorganic Compounds", Crane Russak, New York (1975).
  4. Mathews, J.F., "The Critical Constants of Inorganic Substances", Chem. Rev. (1972, 72, 71).
  5. Westrum, Jr., E.F., Stull, D.R., and Sinke, G.C., "The Chemical Thermodynamics of Organic Compounds", John Wiley and Sons, New York (1969).
  6. Hurly, J.J., "Thermophysical Properties of Gaseous HBr and BCl3 from Speed-of-Sound Measurements, Int. J. Thermophys, (2000, 21, 4).
  7. Stull, D.R., "Vapor Pressure of Pure Substances", Ind. Eng. Chem. (1947, 39, 517).

Footnote:

# is used for properties obtained from estimation methods.
* and + are used to distinguish between differing data sets within a single column.

Created December 30, 2009, Updated December 5, 2019