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CAS number: 116-14-3
The solubility of TFE in water was determined experimentally to be 110mg/l at 28°C.
The solubility of TFE in water was determined experimentally to be
110mg/l at 28°C by Oriani (2001).
(mg/l) at 20°C
(mg/l) at 40°C
Water solubilities of 159 mg/l (at 25°C) and 177 mg/l (at 20°C) have
also been given by Horvath 1982. These results appear to have been taken
from Volokhononovich et al (1966) see below.
et al (1966)
et al (1986)
and Konshin (1990)
Clever et al (2005) assess the Volokhonovich et al (1966) results as
being "tentative" and the Zhang et al (1986) and Sokolov and Konshin
(1990) values as being "doubtful". Nevertheless, the agreement between
all 5 known studies on TFE solubility is sufficient for the purposes of
an environmental assessment.
Given that the test in the current work by Oriani was conducted at 28°C,
the solubility figure of 110mg/l TFE in water appears to be in agreement
with these other data and is used for the purposes of environmental
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