Thermodynamic Properties Of Some Monomeric Compounds In The Standard Ideal Gas State
Published 1970 · Chemistry
Thermodynamic functions of ten monomeric compounds have been calculated for three temperatures by the statistical method using molecular structural data and vibrational assignments. The ideal gas state entropies at 298.15°K are: maleic anhydride, 71.9; β-propiolactone, 69.1; vinylene carbonate, 70.1; cyclopentadiene, 65.3; diketene, 72.3; cyclopropene, 58.7, vinyl fluoride, 60.4; ethyleneimine, 62.8; butatriene, 71.7; and carbon suboxide, 66.0 cal./deg-mole. The standard free energies and equilibrium constants of formation are also derived by using mostly the published data on the heats of formation of these monomers.