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High-Energy Components of Designer Gasoline and Designer Diesel Fuel I. Heat Capacaties, Enthalpy Increments, Vapor Pressures, Critical Properties, and Derived Thermodynamic Functions for Bicyclopentyl Between the Temperatures 10 K and 600 K.

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Author(s)

Robert D. Chirico

Abstract

Measurements leading to the calculation of the standard thermodynamic properties for gaseous bicyclopentyl (Chemical Abstracts registry number [1636-39-1] are reported. Experimental methods include adiabatic heat-capacity calorimetry, comparative ebulliometry, and differential-scanning calorimetry (d.s.c.). The critical temperature was determined by d.s.c. and the critical pressure and critical density were estimated. Standard molar entropies, standard molar enthalpies, and standard molar Gibbs free energies of formation are reported at selected temperatures between 298.15K and 600K. Formation properties were calculated with a literatre value for the enthalpy of combustion in the liquid phase. All results are compared with available literature values.
Citation
Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics
Volume
36

Keywords

bicyclopentyl, critical properties, enthalpy of fusion, heay capacity, ideal-gas properties

Citation

Chirico, R. (2008), High-Energy Components of Designer Gasoline and Designer Diesel Fuel I. Heat Capacaties, Enthalpy Increments, Vapor Pressures, Critical Properties, and Derived Thermodynamic Functions for Bicyclopentyl Between the Temperatures 10 K and 600 K., Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics (Accessed April 24, 2024)
Created October 16, 2008