Thermophysical Properties: Acetone

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  • Acetone, (CH3)2CO, Molecular Mass: 58.1, (Tsat = 56.25 ˚C; Tm = -93.15 ˚C)
Tpvlatentρρvμμvkkv σcp,ℓcp,v
Temp.saturationheatliquidvaporliquidvaporliquidvaporliquidliquidvapor
˚Cpressure(kJ/kg)densitydensityviscosityviscositythermalthermalsurfacespecificspecific
(105 Pa)(kg/m³)(kg/m³)(10-3(10-7conductivityconductivityatensionheat bheat a
N-s/m²)N-s/m²)(W/m-K)(W/m-K)(10-3N/m)(kJ/kg-K)(kJ/kg-K)
-400.016608600.030.8680.2312.041.109
-200.03615.68450.10.5730.1890.008227.62.071.16
00.15648120.260.395780.1830.009626.22.111.215
200.275527900.640.323820.1810.01123.72.161.271
400.65367681.050.269860.1750.012621.22.221.328
601.155177442.370.226900.1680.014318.62.291.386
802.154957194.30.192950.160.016116.22.391.444
1004.43472689.66.940.17980.1480.017813.42.491.502
1206.7426.1660.311.020.148990.1350.019510.72.611.56
14010.49394.4631.818.610.1321030.1260.02158.12.771.616

References

Faghri, A., and Zhang, Y., 2006, Transport Phenomena in Multiphase Systems, Elsevier, Burlington, MA.

Faghri, A., Zhang, Y., and Howell, J. R., 2010, Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, Global Digital Press, Columbia, MO.

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