DeTree 10ml Peach Flavor E-liquid 6mg Nic

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  • Weight: 0.039kg (1.38 oz)
  • Date added: 10/16/2014.

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    Brand: DeTree
    Type: E-liquid
    Net: 10ml
    Flavor: Peach
    Nicotine Content: 6mg
    Nicotine Strength: Low Strength
    PG: 70%
    VG: 30%
    Quantity: 1
    Net Weight:16 g/ 0.56 oz
    Size:68 x 20 x 20 mm/ 2.68 x 0.79 x 0.79 inch

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by juve3476015 ( Belarus ) 2015-09-20 11:38:19 GMT

Equilibrium vapor pressure can be defined as the pressure reached when a condensed phase is in equilibrium with its own vapor. In the case of an equilibrium solid, such as a crystal, this can be defined as the pressure when the rate of sublimation of a solid matches the rate of deposition of its vapor phase. For most solids this pressure is very low, but some notable exceptions are naphthalene, dry ice (the vapor pressure of dry ice is 5.73 MPa (831 psi, 56.5 atm) at 20 degrees Celsius, which causes most sealed containers to rupture), and ice. All solid materials have a vapor pressure. However, due to their often extremely low values, measurement can be rather difficult. Typical techniques include the use of thermogravimetry and gas transpiration.

There are a number of methods for calculating the sublimation pressure (i.e., the vapor pressure) of a solid. One method is to
estimate the sublimation pressure from extrapolated liquid vapor pressures (of the supercooled liquid), if the heat of fusion is known, by using this particular form of the Clausius–Clapeyron relation:[8]

ln,P^S_{solid} = ln,P^S_{liquid} - frac{Delta H_m}{R} left( frac{1}{T} - frac{1}{T_m} right)

P^S_{solid} = Sublimation pressure of the solid component at the temperature T_T_m
P^S_{liquid} = Extrapolated vapor pressure of the liquid component at the temperature T_T_m
Delta H_m = Heat of fusion
R = Gas constant
T = Sublimation temperature
T_m = Melting point temperature
This method assumes that the heat of fusion is temperature-independent, ignores additional transition temperatures between different solid phases, and it gives a fair estimation for temperatures not too far from the melting point. It also shows that the sublimation pressure is lower than the extrapolated liquid vapor pressure (ΔHm is positive) and the difference grows with increased distance from the melting point.

Boiling point of water[edit]

Graph of water vapor pressure versus temperature. At the normal boiling point of 100°C, it equals the standard atmospheric pressure of 760 Torr or 101.325 kPa.
Main article: Vapor pressure of water
Like all liquids, water boils when its vapor pressure reaches its surrounding pressure. In nature, the atmospheric pressure is lower at higher elevations and water boils at a lower temperature. The boiling temperature of water for atmospheric pressures can be approximated by the Antoine equation:

log_{10}P = 8.07131 - frac{1730.63}{233.426 + T_b}
or transformed into this temperature-explicit form:

T_b = frac{1730.63}{8.07131 - log_{10}P} - 233.426
where the temperature T_b is the boiling point in degrees Celsius and the pressure P_{ } is in Torr.

Dühring's rule[edit]
Main article: Dühring's rule
Dühring's rule states that a linear relationship exists between the temperatures at which two solutions exert the same vapor pressure.

The following table is a list of a variety of substances ordered by increasing vapor pressure (in absolute units).

Substance Vapor Pressure
(SI units) Vapor Pressure
(Bar); Vapor Pressure
(mmHg); Temperature
Tungsten 100 Pa 0.001 0.75 3203 °C
Ethylene glycol 500 Pa 0.005 3.75 20 °C
Xenon difluoride 600 Pa 0.006 4.50 25 °C
Water (H2O) 2.3 kPa 0.023 17.5 20 °C
Propanol 2.4 kPa 0.024 18.0 20 °C
Ethanol 5.83 kPa 0.0583 43.7 20 °C
Methyl isobutyl ketone 2.66 kPa 0.0266 19.95 25 °C
Freon 113 37.9 kPa 0.379 284 20 °C
Acetaldehyde 98.7 kPa 0.987 740 20 °C
Butane 220 kPa 2.2 1650 20 °C
Formaldehyde 435.7 kPa 4.357 3268 20 °C
Propane[9] 997.8 kPa 9.978 7584 26.85 °C
Carbonyl sulfide 1.255 MPa 12.55 9412 25 °C
Nitrous oxide[10] 5.660 MPa 56.60 42453 25 °C
Carbon dioxide 5.7 MPa 57 42753 20 °C
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