Variation of liquid density with temperature

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I am looking for information on the density of a liquid at lower temperatures. I have it at 15C as 725 kg/m^3. The fluid is avgas 100LL.

I wish to determine it at lower temperatures. I believe that the change in liquid densitiess is rather small for temperature changes, but I can't verify this.

Any help is appreciated.
 

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mgb_phys
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There isn't a general physical law - it depends on the chemistry of the substance.
If avgas is a standard commercial substance (sort of aviation fuel?) then there wil be detailed tables for it.
Have you tried google?
 
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proinwv
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Yes I have without any luck, in addition to wikipedia and other sources. I just found this forum and thought that I would give it a try.
 
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nucleus
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http://www.tc.gc.ca/CivilAviation/publications/tp14371/RAC/3-0.htm#3-5-2
 
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proinwv
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nucleus, thanks for the link. This is what I needed. I appreciate the information.
 

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