Evaluation of the Temperature Dependence of Vaporization Enthalpy and its Correlation with Surface Tension by Machine Learning and Predictive Correlations

02 March 2021, Version 3
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Temperature dependence of vaporization enthalpy is one of the most important thermophysical properties of compounds. In the present study, we theoretically developed relationships applicable to evaluation of vaporization enthalpy of compounds from diverse chemical families for a wide temperature range from melting point to the critical temperature. One outcome of the proposed approach is a relationship describing the correlation between the surface tension and vaporization enthalpy which outperforms the extensively applied Kabo method proposed for the same purpose.


vaporization enthalpy
surface tension
predictive model
temperature dependence


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