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Boiling Points of some common Fluids and Gases

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The boiling points of some common liquids and gases as acetone, butane, propane, and more
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The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which it changes state from liquid to gas throughout the bulk of the liquid. At the boiling point molecules anywhere in the liquid may be vaporized. The boiling point at atmospheric pressure (14.7 psia, 1 bar absolute) for some common fluids and gases can be found from the table below: Boiling Point at Atmospheric Pressure (oC) 20.8 139 50.5 -84 79 97.2 117 64.7 97.5 -35.5 184.4 80.4 205 - 140 230 - 155 260 - 180 270 - 190 58.8 156.0 -0.5 162.5 204.0 182.2 47.8 -57 46.2 76.7 62.2 80.7 173 34.7 258 35 290 -88 78.4 77.2 (oF) 69 282 133 -119 172.4 207 243 151 207 -28.1 363 176 401 - 284 446 - 311 500 - 356 518 - 374 142 313 31.1 316 399 360 118 -70.6 115 170 142 177 343 94.4 496 95 554 -127 173 171 Drug Discovery & Development GPS World Free Industry Magazines Fierce Government IT

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Boiling Point at Atmospheric Pressure (oC) 38.4 131.7 197 101.0 23.8 -29.8 -41.2 161.7 290 -269 98.4 68.7 -253 184.3 80.3 163 150 - 300 287 356.9 66 57.2 39.8 -25 42.6 217.9 120 210.9 150.7 120 -196 125.6 300 -183 36 95 210 182 -43 141 -47.7 187 108 444.6 310 300 110.6 160 100 100.7 142.7 (oF) 101 269 386 214 74.9 -21.6 -42.1 323 554 -452 209.2 155.7 -423 363.8 177 325 302 - 572 548 675.1 151 135 104 -13 108 424 248 412 302 248 -320 258 570 -297 96.9 203 410 359 -45 286 -53.9 368 226 823 590 572 231 320 212 213 287

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