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Ethylbenzene provides thermodynamic property data for ethylbenzene (phenylethane, CAS #100-41-4, MW 106.165 g/gmole). The thermodynamic properties are obtained using the fundamental equation of state provided by:
Yong Zhou, Jiantau Wu and Eric Lemmon",
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The correlation is valid for temperatures between 178 K and 700 K for pressures less than 60 MPa.
The reference state for which the specific enthalpy and entropy are both zero is saturated liquid at the normal boiling point.
Transport properties are provided using correlations given in:
Yaws, Carl L., ed. Chemical Properties Handbook. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1999.
The correlation for gas phase thermoconductivity is applicable for temperatures between 400 and 825 K.
The correlation for liquid phase thermoconductivity is applicable for temperatures between 178 and 586 K.
The correlation for gas phase viscosity is applicable for temperatures between 409 and 1000 K.
The correlation for liquid phase viscosity is applicable for temperatures between 210 and 617 K.
Fluid Property Information