n-pentane


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n-pentane

[¦en ′pen‚tān]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)3CH3 A colorless, flammable, water-insoluble hydrocarbon liquid, freezing at -130°C, boiling at 36°C; soluble in hydrocarbons and ethers; used as a chemical intermediate, solvent, and anesthetic.
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Eleven examined working fluids can be sorted according to their thermal and exergy efficiencies from high to low performances as cyclohexane, n-hexane, R-113, n-pentane and Iso-pentane, R-245fa, n-butane, Iso-butane, RC-318 and R-236fa, and at last R-227ea.
Densities of saturated liquid and vapor phases of the compounds involved in this work were obtained from the correlations of Lemmon and Span for toluene (34), Span and Wagner for n-pentane (35), Wu et al.
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On the contrary, hydrocarbons, mainly cyclo- and n-pentane, are used in several industrial productions, as they do not show cost or supply problems.
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