specific gravity? weight per gallon? boiling point?

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specific gravity? weight per gallon? boiling point?

Postby yellowc6ohio1 » Wed Aug 13, 2008 8:52 am

i need to know the formula to find a liquids specific gravity at different temperatures?

i also need the formula to find it's weight per gallon at different temperatures?

i need the formula to find a liquids new boiling point at different pressures?
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Postby Dirtman » Thu Aug 14, 2008 8:10 am

Each chemical has it's own distinctive properties. To my knowledge, there is no catch-all formula for all liquid substances but, I'm not a chemist. If you're wondering about a specific substance, ask about that substance and someone here may be able to help you.

You can consult MSDS sheets (Material Safety Data Sheets) for basic relevant information here: http://www.msdsxchange.com/english/index.cfm
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Postby YellowC6ohio1 » Thu Aug 14, 2008 8:25 am

i'm wondering about Gasoline
i know the specific gravity @ 60 deg F is .74
i know specific gravity effects flow rating and i was wanting to do my flow rating calcs as precise as possible.
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