Chemical Properties of Carbonic acid, dipropyl ester (CAS 623-96-1)

Carbonic acid, dipropyl ester

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InChI Key
Molecular Weight1
Other Names
  • Di-n-propylcarbonate
  • Dipropyl carbonate
  • n-C3H7O(CO)OC3H7-n
  • n-Propyl carbonate

Physical Properties

Property Value Unit Source
Δf -330.86 kJ/mol Joback Calculated Property
Δfgas -564.83 kJ/mol Joback Calculated Property
Δfus 17.86 kJ/mol Joback Calculated Property
Δvap 53.20 ± 0.30 kJ/mol NIST
logPoct/wat 1.960 Crippen Calculated Property
Pc 2887.40 kPa Joback Calculated Property
Tboil 441.20 K NIST
Tc 634.29 K Joback Calculated Property
Tfus 263.04 K Joback Calculated Property
Vc 0.469 m3/kg-mol Joback Calculated Property

Temperature Dependent Properties

Property Value Unit Temperature (K) Source
Cp,gas 261.73 J/mol×K 458.27 Joback Calculated Property
η 0.0002276 Pa×s 458.27 Joback Calculated Property

Molecular Descriptors

Joback and Reid Groups
-O- (nonring) 2
-CH2- 4
>C=O (nonring) 1
-CH3 2

Similar Compounds

Carbonic acid, butyl ethyl ester. Di-iso-butyl carbonate. Di-n-butylcarbonate. Diethyl propane-1,3-diyl dicarbonate. But-3-enyl ethyl carbonate. Prop-2-ynyl propyl carbonate. Isobutyl methyl carbonate. Ethyl neopentyl carbonate. Di-n-amyl carbonate. Butyl pentyl carbonate. Ethyl isopentyl carbonate. Isopentyl propyl carbonate. Di-iso-amyl carbonate. Carbonic acid, diethyl ester. Ethyl pent-4-enyl carbonate.

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