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The coefficients given in the table below allow to calculate the saturation pressure of the pure substances listed, in mmHg, from the temperature in degree celsius.
They are parameters for a modelisation of the saturation pressure as a function of the temperature following an Antoine Law. Note that the Antoine equation is expressed for the coefficients given in this page as a Log in base 10.
Equation 1 : Antoine Equation for calculation of saturation pressure - log base 10
Note the domain of validity of the correlation, in between T_{min} and T_{max}. The saturation pressure is in mmHg and the temperature in celsius. The classification in the table is done by alphabetical order of the compound name. No guarantee is given on the data provided, the user is strongly advised to double check the information provided with other sources.
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It is possible to switch from mmHg - or Torr- to other units by multiplying by the following coefficients :
(Pa) | (bar) | (at) | (atm) | (Torr) | (lbf/in2) | |
1 Torr | 133.322 368 421 | 0.001 333 224 | 0.001 359 51 | 1/760 ≈ 0.001 315 789 | 1 Torr ≈ 1 mmHg | 0.019 336 775 |
Formula | Compound Name | A | B | C | TMIN | TMAX |
C3H6O | acetone | 7.2316 | 1277.03 | 237.23 | -32 | 77 |
C2H4O2 | acetic-acid | 7.2996 | 1479.02 | 216.82 | 17 | 157 |
C2H3N | acetonitrile | 7.0735 | 1279.2 | 224.01 | -13 | 117 |
C6H6 | benzene | 6.90565 | 1211.033 | 220.79 | -16 | 104 |
C4H10 | butane | 6.80896 | 935.86 | 238.73 | -78 | 19 |
CCL4 | carbon-tetrachloride | 6.8941 | 1219.58 | 227.17 | -20 | 101 |
C6H5CL | chlorobenzene | 6.9781 | 1431.05 | 217.56 | 47 | 147 |
C4H9CL | 1-chlorobutane | 6.9379 | 1227.43 | 224.11 | -18 | 112 |
C4H9CL | 2-chlorobutane | 6.9447 | 1195.8 | 226.01 | -23 | 102 |
CHCL3 | chloroform | 6.9371 | 1171.2 | 227 | -13 | 97 |
C6H12 | cyclohexane | 6.8413 | 1201.531 | 222.647 | 6 | 105 |
C5H10 | cyclopentane | 6.88676 | 1124.162 | 231.361 | -40 | 72 |
C10H22 | decane | 6.96375 | 1508.75 | 195.374 | 58 | 203 |
CH2CL2 | dichloromethane | 7.0803 | 1138.91 | 231.46 | -44 | 59 |
C4H10O | ethyl-ether | 6.92032 | 1064.07 | 228.8 | -61 | 20 |
C4H8O2 | p-dioxane | 7.0063 | 1288.5 | 211.01 | 2 | 137 |
C20H42 | eicosane | 7.1522 | 2032.7 | 132.1 | 198 | 379 |
C2H6O | Ethyl-alcohol (ethanol) | 8.2133 | 1652.05 | 231.48 | -3 | 96 |
C8H10 | ethylbenzene | 6.95719 | 1424.255 | 213.206 | 26 | 163 |
C2H6O2 | ethylene-glycol | 8.7945 | 2615.4 | 244.91 | 91 | 221 |
C7H16 | heptane | 6.89385 | 1264.37 | 216.636 | -2 | 123 |
C6H14 | hexane | 6.87024 | 1168.72 | 224.21 | -25 | 92 |
CH4O | methanol | 8.0724 | 1574.99 | 238.87 | -16 | 91 |
C4H8O2 | ethyl-acetate | 7.0146 | 1211.9 | 216.01 | -13 | 112 |
CH3NO2 | nitromethane | 7.044 | 1291 | 209.01 | 5 | 136 |
C9H20 | nonane | 6.9344 | 1429.46 | 201.82 | 39 | 179 |
C8H18 | octane | 6.9094 | 1349.82 | 209.385 | 19 | 152 |
C5H12 | pentane | 6.87632 | 1075.78 | 233.205 | -50 | 58 |
C6H6O | phenol | 7.1345 | 1516.07 | 174.57 | 72 | 208 |
H20 | Water | 8.07131 | 1730.63 | 233.426 | 1 | 100 |
You can download the table above in Excel format here : Excel data table. You can modify the calculation temperature and it calculates the saturation pressure for all the compounds in the table.