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H2SO4 especific and latent heat

H2SO4 especific and latent heat

H2SO4 especific and latent heat

Please  can give me such 2 values for

H2SO4 100%

especific heat

latent , or boiling heat .

Imperial or SI units , or whatever


RE: H2SO4 especific and latent heat

From Lange's Handbook of Chemistry:

Enthalpy of vaporization at boiling point: 50.2 kJ/mol

Specific heat, J/(K.mol), @ 400 K: 158.2; @ 600 K: 197.0

I hope I've read correctly the small printed figures.


RE: H2SO4 especific and latent heat

Hi 25362 , could you give me the Boiling point for Sulphuric Acid?

RE: H2SO4 especific and latent heat

I forgot to thank you.

RE: H2SO4 especific and latent heat

Diverse data from different sources:

Lange's: 335.5oC

CRC: 337oC

Perry and J.T. Baker's MSDS: 340oC (decomposes)

From ChemInfo on aqueous solutions:

77.7%   193oC
93.0%   279oC
98.0%   327oC

RE: H2SO4 especific and latent heat

Thanks for all

RE: H2SO4 especific and latent heat

I suggest you look at NIST. They have a wide range of thermodynamic values on a wide range of gases and liquids.

Dirk Willard

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