I need the heat capacity Ethyl Acetate as a function of temperature. I've seen books that give heat capacity as a function of functional group, but the problem is they are only at one temperature. What I basically need is some coefficients that would fit into the equation Cp= A +BT+CT^2+DT^-2. For this capacity, I can approximate Ethyl Acetate as a liquid operating from 298.15K to approximately 373.15K (I know this isn't realistic because the boiling point of ethyl acetate is around 350.25K). I have already checked Perry's Handbook and other various thermochemical fluid properties texts, but I still can't find anything. Thanks for any assistance you can give me.