IUPAC-NIST Solubility Database
NIST Standard Reference Database 106

Glass Ball as Bullet Solubility System: Nitromethane with 1-Decanol

   (1) Nitromethane; CH3NO2; [75-52-5]  NIST Chemistry WebBook for detail
   (2) 1-Decanol; C10H22O; [112-30-1]  NIST Chemistry WebBook for detail

Original Measurements:
   Sazonov, V.P., Zh. Obshch. Khim. 59, 2431-5 (1989).

   Temperature = 298 K to 333 K

Prepared By:
   N. V. Sazonov and V. P. Sazonov

Experimental Data:   (Notes on the Nomenclature)
Mutual solubility of nitromethane and 1-decanol
t/°CT/K102 * Mass Fraction w1Mole Fraction x1 (compiler)Comment(s)
25.0298.27.70.178Hydrocarbon-rich phase
25.0298.296.50.986Nitromethane-rich phase
31.0304.2--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
31.0304.295.00.980Nitromethane-rich phase
33.0306.210.10.226Hydrocarbon-rich phase
33.0306.2--Nitromethane-rich phase
43.4316.615.00.314Hydrocarbon-rich phase
43.4316.6--Nitromethane-rich phase
44.3317.5--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
44.3317.590.00.959Nitromethane-rich phase
49.7322.920.00.393Hydrocarbon-rich phase
49.7322.9--Nitromethane-rich phase
51.3324.5--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
51.3324.585.00.936Nitromethane-rich phase
53.9327.125.00.464Hydrocarbon-rich phase
53.9327.1--Nitromethane-rich phase
55.2328.4--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
55.2328.479.90.912Nitromethane-rich phase
56.5329.730.00.526Hydrocarbon-rich phase
56.5329.7--Nitromethane-rich phase
57.5330.7--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
57.5330.775.00.886Nitromethane-rich phase
58.1331.335.00.583Hydrocarbon-rich phase
58.1331.3--Nitromethane-rich phase
58.7331.9--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
58.7331.970.00.858Nitromethane-rich phase
59.1332.340.00.633Hydrocarbon-rich phase
59.1332.3--Nitromethane-rich phase
59.4322.6--Hydrocarbon-rich phase
59.4322.665.00.828Nitromethane-rich phase
59.5332.745.00.680Hydrocarbon-rich phase
59.5332.7--Nitromethane-rich phase
59.6332.850.00.722Hydrocarbon-rich phase
59.6332.860.00.796Nitromethane-rich phase
59.7332.955.00.760Hydrocarbon-rich phase
59.7332.955.00.760 (UCST)Nitromethane-rich phase
   The synthetic method was used. The apparatus with visual indication of turbidity was described by Sazonov and Chernysheva.1 No further details were reported.

Source and Purity of Materials:
   (1) Source not specified; pure grade reagent; fractionally distilled; 99.85 mass % purity; n(20 °C,D) = 1.3819, d(20 °C) = 1138.0 g·L−1.
   (2) Source not specified; pure grade reagent;purified by vacuum distillation; 99.3 mass % purity.

Estimated Errors:
   Solubility: Not reported.
   Temperature: Not reported.
   Pressure: Not reported.

   1 V. P. Sazonov, M. F. Chernysheva, Zh. Obshch. Khim. 57, 46 (1987).