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Substance: heptane
Properties: excess volume

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    Excess volume of n-heptane and its mixtures

    • Custom results provided from a range of data sources, including the Landolt-Börnstein series, providing information on excess volume of n-heptane and mixtures of n-heptane
  2. Thermophysical Properties

    Ethanol-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (298.15 ... 318.15) K
      Pressure Range (100 ... 60000) kPa
      Composition Range (0.00000 ... 1.00000) mol/mol
  3. Thermophysical Properties

    Diethyl ether-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (288.15 ... 298.15) K
      Pressure 101.32 kPa
      Composition Range (0.04080 ... 0.94620) mol/mol
  4. Thermophysical Properties

    Ethyl acetate-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 318.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.02900 ... 0.95990) mol/mol
  5. Thermophysical Properties

    Ethylbenzene-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 298.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.02356 ... 0.94754) mol/mol
  6. Thermophysical Properties

    Benzene-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 328.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.00000 ... 1.00000) mol/mol
  7. Thermophysical Properties

    1-Butanol-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (288.15 ... 318.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.00116 ... 0.99460) mol/mol
  8. Thermophysical Properties

    Acetonitrile-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature 318.15 K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.03700 ... 0.99600) mol/mol
  9. Thermophysical Properties

    2-Butanone-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 298.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.02140 ... 0.93740) mol/mol
  10. Thermophysical Properties

    Chloroform-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature 298.15 K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.13330 ... 0.86440) mol/mol
  11. Thermophysical Properties

    Acetone-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (278.15 ... 308.15) K
      Pressure Range (101.3 ... 101.32) kPa
      Composition Range (0.00000 ... 1.00000) mol/mol
  12. Thermophysical Properties

    Cyclohexane-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (288.15 ... 313.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.01980 ... 0.97275) mol/mol
  13. Thermophysical Properties

    Methylcyclohexane-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 313.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.05590 ... 0.93640) mol/mol
  14. Thermophysical Properties

    Dibutyl ether-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature 298.15 K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.06910 ... 0.90720) mol/mol
  15. Thermophysical Properties

    Decane-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 298.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.04460 ... 0.92000) mol/mol
  16. Thermophysical Properties

    1,2-Dichloroethane-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 303.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.00000 ... 1.00000) mol/mol
  17. Thermophysical Properties

    Dichloromethane-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature 298.15 K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.04920 ... 0.80110) mol/mol
  18. Thermophysical Properties

    N,N-Dimethylformamide (DMF)-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature 298.00 K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.02947 ... 0.99070) mol/mol
  19. Thermophysical Properties

    1,4-Dioxane-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (288.15 ... 364.70) K
      Pressure Range (101.3 ... 24100) kPa
      Composition Range (0.02150 ... 0.97250) mol/mol
  20. Thermophysical Properties

    Butyl acetate-Heptane Excess Volume

    • Temperature Range (293.15 ... 318.15) K
      Pressure 101.3 kPa
      Composition Range (0.03210 ... 0.96930) mol/mol

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