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Thermodynamic Properties of trans-1-chloro-3,3,3-trifluoropropene (R1233zd(E)): Vapor Pressure, (p, ¿, T) Behavior, and Speed of Sound Measurements and Equation of State

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Mar?a E. Mond?jar, Mark O. McLinden, Eric Lemmon

Abstract

We present experimental measurements of the density, speed of sound, and vapor pressure of trans-1-chloro-3,3,3-trifluoropropene, which is also known as R1233zd(E). Densities were measured over the temperature range from (215 to 444) K, with pressures from (0.3 to 24.1) MPa. Sound speed data were measured at temperatures between (290 and 420) K, with pressures from (0.07 to 2.1) MPa. Vapor pressures span the temperature range from (280 to 438) K. The experimental data cover the saturation curve, the vapor and liquid phases, and also the vicinity of the critical point. Density and vapor pressure were measured in a two-sinker densimeter with a magnetic suspension coupling. Sound speed data were measured with a spherical acoustic resonator. An equation of state written in terms of the Helmholtz free energy was developed; it represents the present experimental data with root-mean-square deviations of 0.020 % for density, 0.223 % for vapor pressures, and 0.131 % for sound speed.
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Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data

Keywords

density, (p, ¿, T) behavior, R1233zd(E), refrigerant, speed of sound, spherical resonator, trans–1–chloro–3, 3, 3–trifluoropropene, two-sinker densimeter, vapor pressure

Citation

Mond?jar, M. , McLinden, M. and Lemmon, E. (2015), Thermodynamic Properties of trans-1–chloro–3,3,3–trifluoropropene (R1233zd(E)): Vapor Pressure, (p, ¿, T) Behavior, and Speed of Sound Measurements and Equation of State, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (Accessed June 21, 2024)

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Created July 7, 2015, Updated October 12, 2021