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Isochoric (p, , T) measurements for liquid toluene from 180 to 400 K at pressures to 35 Mpa

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Author(s)

Joe W. Magee, Thomas J. Bruno

Abstract

The (p, , T) relationships were measured for a specially purified sample of toluene by applying an isochoric method with gravimetric determinations of amount substance. Temperatures ranged from 180 to 400 K, while pressures were up to 35 MPa. Measurements were carried out on 20 compressed liquid samples at a total of 311 state conditions. Saturated liquid densities were estimated by extrapolating each isochore to the vapor pressure, and determining the temperature and density of the intersection. Published (p, , T) data is in good agreement with this study. For the (p, , T) apparatus, the uncertainty of the temperature is 0.03 K, and for pressure it is 0.01 % at p > 3 MPa and 0.05 % at p
Citation
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data
Volume
41 No. 4

Keywords

density, high pressure, isochore, liquid, stautated liquid, toluene

Citation

Magee, J. and Bruno, T. (1996), Isochoric (p, <rho>, T) measurements for liquid toluene from 180 to 400 K at pressures to 35 Mpa, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (Accessed July 17, 2024)

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Created August 1, 1996, Updated February 17, 2017