Properties of Common Liquid Materials
 Properties of Common Liquid Materials
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Introduction

Properties of common liquid materials are divided into following categories:

  Physical properties: Density, melting and boiling temperature.  Mechanical Properties: Poisson's Ratio, bulk modulus, viscousity, kinematic viscousity.  Thermal Properties: Coefficient of thermal expansion, thermal conductivity.  Electric Properties: Electric resistivity.  Acoustic Properties: Sound velocity.

 Note: 1 All properties are under 1 atm (1.01325×105 Pa; 760 mmHg; 14.6959 psi) and at room temperature 25 ºC (77 ºF) unless specified otherwise. 2 Further information on a specific material can be obtained by clicking the name of that particular material in the following table. 3 Users who prefer Standard or other unit systems rather than the SI units, click the amount (number) of the specific material property for unit conversion. 4 Materials in different phases at room temperature: Solid, Gas.

Physical Properties
 Material Density(×1000 kg/m3) Melting Point(ºC) Boiling Point(ºC) Acetone [C3H6O] (20 ºC) 0.7899 -94.85 56.05 Alcohol; Ethanol [C2H5OH] (20 ºC) 0.789 -114.2 78.29 Alcohol; Methanol [CH3OH] (20 ºC) 0.792 -97.68 64.55 Mercury [Hg] (20 ºC) 13.579 -38.83 356.7 Oil; Mineral 0.92 - - Oil; Olive 0.92 -6.00 - Oil; Petroleum 0.82 - - Water; Distilled [H2O] (20 ºC) 0.998 0 100.0 Water; Distilled [H2O] (25 ºC) 0.997 0 100.0 Water; Distilled [H2O] (4 ºC) 1 0 100.0 Water; Sea (13 ºC) 1.024 - -