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Boiling points?

  1. Mar 30, 2009 #1
    Hi,

    I opened a thread here yesterday and it was deleted, I don't know why, I hope I'm in the right forum.
    I'm looking for a table of substances and their boiling points. The closest thing I found was:
    http://chem.sis.nlm.nih.gov/chemidplus/" [Broken]
    but for all of the substances I searched it only gave the melting point. I went over the sticky thread here ("chemical websites") and I couldn't find anything like that. Does anyone know where I can find such a table?

    Thanks a lot!
     
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  3. Mar 30, 2009 #2

    mgb_phys

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    That's because melting points are important for determining the nature an purity of a substance, boiling points are less usefu.
    If you have access to a library the "crc handbook" is the bible of this stuff, you can also access it using google's books online
     
  4. Mar 30, 2009 #3
    I found "crc handbook" on google books, but I can't find the boiling points of the substances I want. Maybe that's because there's limited access to this books. Do you know any online search engine for that kind of stuff?

    Thanks!
     
  5. Mar 30, 2009 #4

    mgb_phys

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    The data is split into lots of tables for different substances (minerals, salts, organics etc)
    I don't know of a comprehensive online resource other than googling.
    What kind of substances are you looking for, how reliable does the answer have to be?
     
  6. Mar 30, 2009 #5
    I just saw that these kind of stuff are not permitted here. Thanks for your help, I'll try to find something. :-)
     
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  7. Mar 31, 2009 #6

    chemisttree

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    What compounds are you interested in? I can't imagine any boiling point data being subject to deletion....
     
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