Equation of state model for tributyl phosphate

Winfree, Nancy A.; Kerley, Gerald I.
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p157
Academic Journal
An equation of state model has been developed for tributyl phosphate, an industrial solvent and plasticizer, using published thermodynamic properties for this and similar molecules. The model includes a condensed and a vapor phase. It was developed with the aid of PANDA, a code that provides tools for modeling the equation of state behavior of materials. Development of the model is described. Predictions with the new equation of state are compared to experimental results.


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