Portland State University. Department of Chemistry
Robert J. O'Brien
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemistry
Vapor pressure -- Measurement
1 online resource (73 p.)
A kinetic model was applied to vapor pressure data obtained by a variable flow method. The vapor pressures of benzoic acid, naphthalene, benzophenone, and phenylhydrazine were measured at temperatures of 293K to 307K. The data are summarized in the data table on the following page. These data were obtained by passing air over a sample of the substance in a tube. The air stream was combusted, and a flame ionization detector was used to measure the mass of CO2 so obtained. Several different flow rates were used at each temperature with each substance.
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Bliden, Samuel Bernard, "Measurement of low vapor pressures : a kinetic approach" (1984). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3275.