IUPAC-NIST Solubility Database
NIST Standard Reference Database 106


Glass Ball as Bullet Solubility System: Ethene with 1-Propanol

Components:
   (1) Ethene; C2H4; [74-85-1]  NIST Chemistry WebBook for detail
   (2) 1-Propanol; C3H8O; [71-23-8]  NIST Chemistry WebBook for detail

Original Measurements:
   Pryanikova, R.O.; Efremova, G.D.; Malikov, D.A.; Zagorets, P.A.; Shostenko, A.G.; Dodonov, A.M., Tr. Mosk, Khim. Theknol. Inst. 1973, 75, 78-80.

Variables:
   Temperature = 448.15 K to 498.15 K
   Pressure = 448.15 K to 498.15 K

Prepared By:
   W. Hayduk

Experimental Data:   (Subscripts 1,2,3, ..., in column headings refer to components 1,2,3, ...)
  
t/°CT/KPressure [atm]Pressure NotePressure [MPa]Pressure NoteHenry's law constant, K [MPa (mol fraction)–1]Henry Constant NoteMole Fraction (x1)x1 NoteMole Fraction (x3)x3 Note
(225)498.1565.214.32228.8 (0.00352)20.15Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.85Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(225)498.1552.512.90228.8 (0.00352)20.10Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.90Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(225)498.1539.511.44228.8 (0.00352)20.05Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.95Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(200)473.1562.514.98224.8 (0.00408)20.20Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.80Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(200)473.1551.013.73224.8 (0.00408)20.15Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.85Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(200)473.1539.312.46224.8 (0.00408)20.10Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.90Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(200)473.1528.011.23224.8 (0.00408)20.05Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.95Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(175)448.1555.514.83223.9 (0.00424)20.20Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.80Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(175)448.1543.713.59223.9 (0.00424)20.15Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.85Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(175)448.1532.412.39223.9 (0.00424)20.10Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.90Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(175)448.1521.011.19223.9 (0.00424)20.05Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.95Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(150)423.1550.514.68223.4 (0.00434)20.20Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.80Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(150)423.1539.113.51223.4 (0.00434)20.15Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.85Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(150)423.1527.712.32223.4 (0.00434)20.10Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.90Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(150)423.1516.511.15223.4 (0.00434)20.05Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.95Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(100)373.1543.014.37221.4 (0.00473)20.20Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.80Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(100)373.1532.613.21221.4 (0.00473)20.15Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.85Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(100)373.1522.112.14221.4 (0.00473)20.10Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.90Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
(100)373.1511.711.08221.4 (0.00473)20.05Composition Mole Fraction, Ethene0.95Composition Mole Fraction, Propanol
Notes:
   1  Only graphical results were presented in this paper in the form of total pressure (P) as a function of mole fraction propanol (x3). Values were read from an enlarged graph by the compiler.
   Table 0  2  The ethene partial pressure ( p1) was estimated using Raoult's law, and the Henry's law constant (H) as well as the mole fraction solubility for an ethene partial pressure of 0.101325 MPa ( x1) were calculated by the compiler.

Method/Apparatus/Procedure:
   The apparatus and procedure are described in Ref. 1. The equilibration device is a capillary tube containing an internal mixer which is moved up and down by means of an external, motor driven magnet. The capillary tube is sealed in a vertical position and connected to a gas and liquid charging system, pressure gauges, as well as a volume regulator to maintain a constant pressure and to determine the volume of gas charged.

Molar volumes of liquid solutions are also given as a function of solution compositions, temperatures and pressures.

Source and Purity of Materials:
   Sources and purities not specified.

Estimated Errors:
   Solubility: δ x1/x1 = ± 3.0% (compiler)
   Temperature: δT/K = ± 1.0

References:
   1. Kritchevskii, I.R.; Efremova, G.D., Zhur. Fiz. Chim. 1956, 30, 1877.