
Accession Number : AD0267076
Title : PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LIQUID PENTABORANE. IV. VAPOR PRESSURE. V. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
Corporate Author : CALLERY CHEMICAL CO PA
Personal Author(s) : BOYNTON,C.F. ; TERPKO,D.E. ; LUDWIG,J.R.
Report Date : SEP 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : The vapor pressure of liquid pentaborane from 25 to 75 C is described by the equation: log P is e ual to 5.63521384/(t +250), where P is the vapor pressure in psia, and t is the temperature in degrees C. From 75 to 125 C, the vapor pressure is described by the equation: low P is equal to 4.4803730/(t +160). The thermal conductivity of liquid pentaborane from 70 to 105 F is described by the following equation: K is equal to 0.0874(0.0000684 x t), where K is the thermal conductivity, BTU/hrsq ft (degrees F/ft), and t is the temperature, degrees F. (Author)
Descriptors : *PENTABORANES, LIQUIDS, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY, VAPOR PRESSURE
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE