Name: (1,1-dimethylethyl)cyclopentane
Formula: C9H18
Molar Mass: 126.243
Additional Names: tert-butylcyclopentane
cyclopentane, tert-butyl-
cyclopentane, (1,1-dimethylethyl)-



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Triple point temperature (Crystal 1, Liquid, and Gas) 8 experimental data point out Normal boiling temperature (Liquid and Gas) Critical temperature (Liquid and Gas) Critical pressure (Liquid and Gas) Boiling temperature (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Pressure Pressure from 8.182e-006 kPa to 2793.19 kPa Phase boundary pressure (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 177.27 K to 626 K 4 experimental data point out Critical density (Liquid and Gas) Density Density (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 177.27 K to 626 K 10 experimental data points Density (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure Temperature from 310 K to 620 K Pressure from 0.0005 kPa to 545.141 kPa Density (Gas in equilibrium with Liquid) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 502.426 K to 626 K Enthalpy of vaporization or sublimation (Liquid to Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 177.27 K to 626 K Heat capacity at saturation pressure (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 177.27 K to 610 K Heat capacity at constant pressure (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K Enthalpy Enthalpy (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 177.27 K to 610 K Enthalpy (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K Entropy Entropy (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K Entropy (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 177.27 K to 610 K Viscosity Viscosity (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure Temperature from 420 K to 930 K Viscosity (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 270 K to 620 K Thermal conductivity Thermal conductivity (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure Temperature from 420 K to 930 K Thermal conductivity (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature Temperature from 180 K to 560 K Enthalpy of formation Enthalpy of formation (Gas) Enthalpy of formation (Liquid)

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