List of boiling and freezing information of solvents

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Solvent Boiling Point (°C) Kb(°C kg/(mol)) Freezing Point (°C) Kf (°C kg/(mol)) Data source
Aniline 184.3 3.69 –5.96 –5.87 Kb & Kf[1]
Lauric Acid 298.9 44 –3.9
Acetic acid 118.1 3.07 16.6 –3.90 Kb[1] Kf[2]
Acetone 56.2 1.67 –94.8 Kb[3]
Benzene 80.1 2.65 5.5 –5.12 Kb & Kf[2]
Bromobenzene 156.0 6.26
Camphor 204.0 5.95 179 –40 Kf[2]
Carbon disulfide 46.2 2.34 –111.5 –3.83
Carbon tetrachloride 76.8 4.88 –22.8 –29.8 Kb & Kf[1]
Chloroform 61.2 3.88 –63.5 –4.90 Kb & Kf[1]
Cyclohexane 80.74 2.79 6.55 –20.2
Diethyl ether 34.5 2.16 –116.2 –1.79 Kb & Kf[1]
Ethanol 78.4 1.19 –114.6 –1.99 Kb[2]
Ethylene bromide 130.0 6.43 9.974 –12.5 Kb & Kf[1]
Formic acid 101.0 2.4 8.0 –2.77 Kb & Kf[1]
Naphthalene 217.9 80.2 –6.80
Nitrobenzene 210.8 5.24 5.7 –7.00
Phenol 181.75 3.60 43.0 –7.27 Kf[2] Kb[1]
Water 100.00 0.512 0.0 –1.86 Kb & Kf[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Eastman. E.D. and Rollefson, G.K. Physical Chemistry 1947 ed. McGraw-Hill p307
  2. ^ a b c d e f Pauling, Linus: General Chemistry 1970 ed. Dover Publications pp459-460
  3. ^ Moore, Walter J. Physical Chemistry 1962 ed. Prentice Hall p132

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