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A Request For Help On Data For Dimethyl Carbonate (Dmc)

dimethyl carbonate dmc specific heat capacity

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#1 G.Hannink


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Posted 28 July 2023 - 03:25 AM

Dear All,


I am looking for the specific heat capacity (Cp) in kJ/(kg.˚C) for Dimethyl Carbonate (DMC). I have found the molar heat capacity in a database, but this is expressed in Kelvin: 261 – 540 K.

For my calculation I need it expressed in kJ/(kg.˚C). Someone has told me I can also use the molar mass for DMC: 90.08 g/mol = 11,101 mol/kg. But from this point I don't know how to get to the specific heat capacity in kJ/(kg.˚C)

I am by no means a chemical engineer. My knowledge does not go far enough to figure this out. Is there someone who can help me with this issue?



#2 breizh


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Posted 28 July 2023 - 03:47 AM


A request for help on data for Dimethyl Carbonate (DMC) - Chemical engineering other topics - Eng-Tips


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