IUPAC-NIST Solubility Database
NIST Standard Reference Database 106

Glass Ball as Bullet Solubility System: 2-Nitrobutane with Paraffins

   (1) 2-Nitrobutane; C4H9NO2; [600-24-8]  NIST Chemistry WebBook for detail
   (2) Paraffins; ; []  NIST Chemistry WebBook for detail

Original Measurements:
   Kozlov, L.M.; Volpert, V.I., Khim. Tekhnol. Topl. Masel (4), 26-8 (1968).

   Temperature = 255 K to 307 K

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

Experimental Remarks:

   The solubilities of paraffins (2) in 2-nitrobutane (1) over the indicated temperature range were presented in graphically as a plots of temperature against log solubility. The data in the table below were extracted compiler from the reported graphs.

NOTE: Footnotes explained in Source and Purity of Materials section, below.

Experimental Data:   (Notes on the Nomenclature)

Solubility of paraffins (2) in 2-nitrobutane (1)
t/°CT/K102 * Mass Fraction w2 (compiler)g2/g1Mole Fraction x2 (compiler)Comment(s)
-17.9255.30.50.5 x 1020.0024paraffin*
-15.7257.50.70.7 x 1020.0033paraffin*
-12.1261.11.11.1 x 1020.0052paraffin*
-2.9270.32.93.0 x 1020.0139paraffin*
2.1275.34.85.0 x 1020.0233paraffin*
-10.0263.20.10.1 x 1020.0004paraffin**
-2.2271.00.30.3 x 1020.0012paraffin**
2.2275.40.50.5 x 1020.0020paraffin**
4.2277.40.70.7 x 1020.0028paraffin**
6.1279.31.01.0 x 1020.0041paraffin**
8.0281.23.84.0 x 1020.0158paraffin**
4.1277.30.10.1 x 1020.0003paraffin***
12.9286.10.30.3 x 1020.0010paraffin***
16.6289.80.60.6 x 1020.0021paraffin***
18.6291.80.70.7 x 1020.0024paraffin***
20.5293.71.21.2 x 1020.0041paraffin***
26.3299.52.62.7 x 1020.0091paraffin***
10.0283.20.050.05 x 1020.0002paraffin****
13.8287.00.080.08 x 1020.0002paraffin****
16.5289.70.10.1 x 1020.0003paraffin****
25.0298.20.30.3 x 1020.0009paraffin****
29.0302.20.50.5 x 1020.0015paraffin****
31.0304.20.70.7 x 1020.0021paraffin****
33.8307.01.01.0 x 1020.0031paraffin****
   The method, described in Poole1 was used. No experimental details given.

Source and Purity of Materials:
   (1) Not specified.
   (2) Obtained by separation of narrow fraction with b. p.* = (196 to 270)°C and b. p.** = (300 to 365)°C from a wide fraction of diesel fuel; m. p.* = 13.2°C and m. p.** = 28.0°C; *** and **** obtained by separation of the third oil fraction of Tuimazin cr

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

   1 G. W. Poole, Ind. Eng. Chem. 21, 1098 (1929).