Home  Solvent Properties Selection based on Boiling Point and Solubility Parameter
  This program permits solvent selection based on boiling point and on the solubility parameter. Hansen solubility parameter are used.
  To select a solvent from the database select first the desired boiling point. The program selects a range of solvents with increasing boiling points. The lowest boiling point displayed is the boiling point closest to your selection. The selection can be further narrowed in a second step by selection of an lower and upper solubility parameter. For section using SI units ( MPa1/2)
  Select                           
  Boiling Point in C                        
     Boiling Point,C Molecular weight Density 25C Flash Point Evaporation Rate Viscosity 25C Surface Tension Molar Volume Solubility Parameters  cal1/2 cm-3/2 CAS Registry
  Name 760 mm Hg   g/ml CC,F 25C cp dynes/cm cc/gM SPo SPd SPp SPh Number
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Select Solubility Parameter from above solvents.

Typical Ranges for Solvents

  Select Range Lower  Upper     Aliphatic hydrocarbons 6.5-7.5 Alcohols 11-14.5

Ether 7.0-8.0

  Solubility parameter, cal1/2 cm-3/2

    Aromatic hydrocarbons 8.5-9.5  Ester 8.0-9.5

Water 23.5

  Name BP, C MW D, g/l FP EV Vis ST MV Spo SPd SPp SPh CAS #
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Solubility Parameter Conversion to SI units (MPa)1/2  multiply (cal1/2 cm-3/2 unites) by 2.0455, SPo= total, SPd= dispersion, SPp= polar, SPh= hydrogen
  Flash Point CC, closed cup
  Evaporation rate, n-butylacetate = 1
  Surface tension measured at 25C
  Data from Literature sources and Arco (Lyondell), ASTM book, test D3539, Dow Chemical, DuPont, Eastman Chemical, Exxon, Huntsman Corporation. 
 

Automatic recalculation      

 

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October 20, 2010

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