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hexane Thermodynamic & Transport Properties (Based on Venus model)
CAS number
Name
Category
Pure/Mixture
Short Name
Full Name
Chemical Formula
Synonym
nhexane ,nHexane
Molecular Weight
g/mol
Triple Point Temperature
℃
K
°F
°R
Normal Boiling Point
℃
K
°F
°R
Critical Temperature
℃
K
°F
°R
Critical Pressure
MPa(absolute)
KPa(absolute)
Pa(absolute)
bar(absolute)
psi(absolute)
atm(absolute)
kg/cm2(absolute)
mmHg(Torr)(absolute)
inHg(absolute)
mmH2O(absolute)
inH2O(absolute)
ftH2O(absolute)
MPa(gauge)
KPa(gauge)
Pa(gauge)
bar(gauge)
psi(gauge)
atm(gauge)
kg/cm2(gauge)
mmHg(Torr)(gauge)
inHg(gauge)
mmH2O(gauge)
inH2O(gauge)
ftH2O(gauge)
Critical Density
kg/m3
g/cm3
lb/ft3
lb/in3
lb/gal
Critical Compress Factor
Acentric Factor
kJ/(kg·℃)
J/(kg·℃)
Btu/(lb°F)
Dipole Moment
Debye
Mixture Component
Composition:
hexane : Introduction
Hexane is an alkane of six carbon atoms, with the chemical formula C6H14.The term may refer to any of the five structural isomers with that formula, or to a mixture of them.In IUPAC nomenclature, however, hexane is the unbranched isomer (nhexane); the other four structures are named as methylated derivatives of pentane and butane. IUPAC also uses the term as the root of many compounds with a linear sixcarbon backbone, such as 2methylhexane (C7H16), which is also called "isoheptane".Hexanes are significant constituents of gasoline. They are all colorless liquids at room temperature, odorless when pure, with boiling points between 50 and 70 °C. They are widely used as cheap, relatively safe, largely unreactive, and easily evaporated nonpolar solvents.
Single Value
Table
Temperature=
℃
K
°F
°R
Acceptable Range ：
< T <
Pressure=
MPa(absolute)
KPa(absolute)
Pa(absolute)
bar(absolute)
psi(absolute)
atm(absolute)
kg/cm2(absolute)
mmHg(Torr)(absolute)
inHg(absolute)
mmH2O(absolute)
inH2O(absolute)
ftH2O(absolute)
MPa(gauge)
KPa(gauge)
Pa(gauge)
bar(gauge)
psi(gauge)
atm(gauge)
kg/cm2(gauge)
mmHg(Torr)(gauge)
inHg(gauge)
mmH2O(gauge)
inH2O(gauge)
ftH2O(gauge)
< P <
Density=
kg/m3
g/cm3
lb/ft3
lb/in3
lb/gal
Specific Enthalpy=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
Specific Entropy=
kJ/(kg·K)
J/(kg·K)
Btu/(lb°F)
cal/(g·K)
Internal Energy=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
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hexane :Thermodynamic & Transport Properties Calculated Result
State:
Molecular Weight=
g/mol
Temperature=
℃
K
°F
°R
Pressure=
MPa(absolute)
KPa(absolute)
Pa(absolute)
bar(absolute)
psi(absolute)
atm(absolute)
kg/cm2(absolute)
mmHg(Torr)(absolute)
inHg(absolute)
mmH2O(absolute)
inH2O(absolute)
ftH2O(absolute)
MPa(gauge)
KPa(gauge)
Pa(gauge)
bar(gauge)
psi(gauge)
atm(gauge)
kg/cm2(gauge)
mmHg(Torr)(gauge)
inHg(gauge)
mmH2O(gauge)
inH2O(gauge)
ftH2O(gauge)
Density=
kg/m3
g/cm3
lb/ft3
lb/in3
lb/gal
Specific Volume=
m3/kg
cm3/g
ft3/lb
in3/lb
gal/lb
Specific Enthalpy=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
Specific Entropy=
kJ/(kg·K)
J/(kg·K)
Btu/(lb°F)
cal/(g·K)
Internal Energy=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
Composition=
Saturated Vapor Pressure, Boiling Point(dew point), Latent Heat of Vaporization are saturated properties, just enter One parameter to calculate them!
Saturated Vapor Pressure=
MPa(absolute)
KPa(absolute)
Pa(absolute)
bar(absolute)
psi(absolute)
atm(absolute)
kg/cm2(absolute)
mmHg(Torr)(absolute)
inHg(absolute)
mmH2O(absolute)
inH2O(absolute)
ftH2O(absolute)
MPa(gauge)
KPa(gauge)
Pa(gauge)
bar(gauge)
psi(gauge)
atm(gauge)
kg/cm2(gauge)
mmHg(Torr)(gauge)
inHg(gauge)
mmH2O(gauge)
inH2O(gauge)
ftH2O(gauge)
Boiling Point (Dew Point)=
℃
K
°F
°R
Vaporization Latent Heat=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
Specific Heat(Cp)=
kJ/(kg·K)
J/(kg·K)
Btu/(lb°F)
cal/(g·K)
Specific Heat(Cv)=
kJ/(kg·℃)
J/(kg·℃)
Btu/(lb°F)
cal/(g·K)
Cp/Cv=
Vapor Quality=
Compressibility Factor=
Helmholtz Energy=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
Gibbs Free Energy=
kJ/kg
J/kg
Btu/lb
cal/g
Fugacity=
MPa
KPa
Pa
bar
psi
atm
kg/cm2
mmHg(Torr)
inHg
mmH2O
inH2O
ftH2O
Fugacity Coefficient=
JouleThomson Coefficient =
K/kPa
K/MPa
K/Pa
°C/bar
Speed of Sound=
m/s
ft/s
ft/min
km/h
mph
2nd Virial Coefficient =
m3/kg
cm3/g
ft3/lb
in3/lb
gal/lb
3rd Virial Coefficient=
(m3/kg)2
(cm3/g)2
(ft3/lb)2
(in3/lb)2
(gal/lb)2
Thermal Conductivity=
W/(m·K)
kcal/(m·h·℃)
Btu/(ft·h·°F)
Thermal Diffusivity=
m2/s
ft2/s
Kinematic Viscosity =
m2/s
St
ft2/s
Dynamic Viscosity =
Pa·s
P
lbf·s/ft2
kgf·s/m2
Surface Tension =
N/m
gf/cm
dyn/cm
erg/cm2
erg/mm2
lbf/in
Prandtl Number=
Relative Dielectric Constant =
Lower limit
Upper limit
Temperature =
℃
Pressure =
MPa(a)
Density =
kg/m
^{3}
Enthalpy =
kJ/kg
Entropy =
kJ/(kg·K)
Internal energy =
kJ/kg
Step ：
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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L:Saturated liquid，V：Saturated gas
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