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Estimation of thermodynamic properties of organic compounds.

George J. Janz

Estimation of thermodynamic properties of organic compounds.

by George J. Janz

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thermodynamics.,
  • Organic compounds.

  • Edition Notes

    Rev. ed. published in 1967 under title: Thermodynamic properties of organic compounds.

    SeriesPhysical chemistry, a series of monographs,, v. 6, Physical chemistry ;, v. 6.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD501 .J37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination211 p.
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6227459M
    LC Control Number57014529

    As of November, , WTT contains information on 23, compounds. WTT - Lite Edition represents a collection of critically evaluated thermodynamic property data for commonly-used (primarily organic) pure compounds. ThermoPlan. The ThermoPlan web application provides support for experimental planning. It provides free and open access for. Organic Substituent Groups and Ring Systems Scientific Abbreviations and Symbols Greek, Russian, and Hebrew Alphabets Definitions of Scientific Terms Thermodynamic Functions and Relations SECTION 3: PHYSICAL CONSTANTS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS Physical Constants of Organic Compounds Synonym Index of Organic Compounds

    THERMODYNAMICS 8 PROPERTIES OF PURE SUBSTANCES Figure 7: P-v diagram for a substance that contracts during freezing (left) and for a substance that expends during freezing (right). Triple point Until now, we have defined the equilibrium between two phases. However, under certain conditions, water can exist at the same time as ice. In book: The Chemical Reactor from Laboratory to Industrial Plant, pp A new group contribution method for the estimation of properties of pure organic compounds is presented. Estimation.

    STANDARD THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES This table gives the standard state chemical thermodynamic properties of about individual substances in the crystalline, l iquid, and gaseous Pedley, J.B., Thermochemical Data and Structures of Organic Compounds, Thermodynamic Research Center, Texas A & M University. A new group-contribution method for estimating the standard enthalpy of formation, the standard absolute entropy, and the standard molar heat of organic compounds in the ideal gas state is proposed with tables of the contribution values. This method (the ABWY method) is a completely revised and enlarged version of the Anderson, Bayer, and Watson method, and it can be used with regard to a .


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The book is an important source of data for readers interested in studying the thermodynamic characteristics of organic compounds. Show less Thermodynamic Properties of Organic Compounds: Estimation Methods, Principles and Practice, Revised Edition focuses on the progression of practical methods in computing the thermodynamic characteristics of.

Thermodynamic Properties of Organic Compounds: Estimation Methods, Principles and Practice, Revised Edition focuses on the progression of practical methods in computing the thermodynamic characteristics of organic compounds.

Divided into two parts with eight chapters, the book concentrates first on the methods of Edition: 1. Estimation of thermodynamic properties of organic compounds. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Janz, George J.

Estimation of thermodynamic properties of organic compounds. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors. Genre/Form: Reference books (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Janz, George J.

Thermodynamic properties of organic compounds. New York, Academic Press, The estimation of thermodynamic properties for organic compounds and chemical reactions. This paper provides a general overview of the NBS program in the estimation of the thermodynamic properties of organic compounds using the Benson approach and presents discussions of selected topics, such as: (1) relationships of the enthalpy of formation, heat capacity, and entropy at K to other thermodynamic properties (Gibbs energy of.

A model is proposed for the quantitative description of physical properties of organic compounds along the vapor–liquid saturation curve. This model uses solvation theory to describe the vapor–liquid transition, and the linear solvation energy relationship (LSER) concept to represent molecular energies and changes in the Gibbs free energy during the solvation process.

Enthalpy of vaporization, H V, entropy of vaporization, S V are important thermodynamic quantities of a pure compound, necessary for chemical engineers for modelling of many technological processes with evaporation, for extrapolation and prediction of vapour pressure data, or for estimation of the other thermodynamic properties, e.g.

solubility. Instead of looking up each compound’s information, The Yaws Handbook of Physical Properties for Hydrocarbons and Chemicals, Second Edition presents an easy-to-use format with rapid access to search for the particular compound and understand all the complex calculations in one tabular format.

Understanding the composition of hydrocarbons is. A new group contribution method for the estimation of properties of pure organic compounds is presented. Estimation is performed at two levels: the basic level uses contributions from first‐order groups, while the next higher level uses a small set of second‐order groups having the first‐order groups as building blocks.

An estimation method developed by S. Benson and coworkers, for calculating the thermodynamic properties of organic compounds in the gas phase, has been extended to the liquid and solid phases for hydrocarbon compounds at K.

The second order approach which includes nearest neighbor interactions has been applied to the condensed phase. Estimations of the thermodynamic properties of halogenated benzenes as they relate to their environment mobility.

Chemosphere, DOI: /phere Wen Su, Li Zhao, Shuai Deng. Group contribution methods in thermodynamic cycles: Physical properties estimation of pure working fluids. Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher/Society in context.

Thermodynamic Properties of Key Organic Oxygen Compounds in the Carbon Range C 1 to C 4. Part 1. are presented for 38 compounds. Article Metrics Views Data on the densities of organic compounds is essential for both scientific and industrial applications.

A knowledge of densities is important in many areas, including custody transfer of materials, product specification, development of various predictive methods, and for characterizing compounds and estimating their purity.

The densities of normal and branched alkanes are collected from the. The Journal of Organic Chemistry77 (24), DOI: /jot. Monica Vasiliu, Andrew J. Jones, Kurt Guynn, and David A. Dixon. Prediction of the Thermodynamic Properties of Key Products and Intermediates from Biomass.

This important, interactive Knovel reference contains tables of physical, solvent, and thermodynamic properties. The physical property tables alone include o inorganic and organic compounds, and pure substances.

The solvent property tables have data for common solvents, and the thermodynamic property tables have data for over. A comprehensive compendium of published property estimation techniques for organic compounds. For scientists and engineers seeking to estimate properties of compounds, this time-saving Handbook brings together in one compact volume a vast array of property estimation methods from more than 2, published sources for calculating these and many other properties of organic compounds:Reviews: 1.

This book brings together data from Czechoslovakia on vapor pressures, data from England on critical properties, and data from America on physical properties of organic and organometallic compounds to provide a basic reference book for engineers and scientists involved with research and design in the chemical and petroleum industries.

A group-contribution method in chemistry is a technique to estimate and predict thermodynamic and other properties from molecular structures. Introduction. In today's chemical processes hundreds of thousands of components are used.

The vast majority of organic components, for example, are built of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen. For estimation of the thermodynamic properties of silicate and titanate compounds (Wu et al., ) as well as thermodynamic mixing properties of alunite supergroup minerals (Kim et al. Group Contribution Methods for Estimation of Selected Physico-Chemical Properties of Organic Compounds CH3- -CH2- and -OH, or: (ii) CH3- and –CH2OH.

More complex compounds are described by more complex structural fragments. Figure 1. Dependence of normal boiling temperature of n-alkanols in homological series C1-C12 Figure 2.Thermodynamic Models & Physical Properties When building a simulation, it is important to ensure that the properties of pure components and mixtures are being estimated appropriately.

In fact, selecting the proper method for estimating properties is one of the most important steps that [email protected]{osti_, title = {Handbook of the thermodynamics of organic compounds}, author = {Stephenson, R M and Malanowski, S and Ambrose, D}, abstractNote = {This photooffset book is a collection of data on over compounds.

The first table gives the melting and boiling points, molar volume (liquid), and the Antoine constants A, B, and usually C for organic compounds.