Compound Information 

Name: 5-methyl-2-nitrophenol
Formula: C7H7NO3
Molar Mass: 153.137
Additional Names: 3-hydroxy-4-nitrotoluene
phenol, 5-methyl-2-nitro-
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Property Availability 

For this compound, WTT contains critically evaluated recommendations for:

  • Triple point temperature (Crystal 1, Liquid, and Gas)
    2 experimental data points
    • Critical temperature (Liquid and Gas)
      • Critical pressure (Liquid and Gas)
        • Critical density (Liquid and Gas)
          • Enthalpy of phase transition (Crystal 1 to Liquid in equilibrium with Gas)
            1 experimental data points
            • Heat capacity at constant pressure (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
              Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K
              • Enthalpy (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
                Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K
                • Viscosity (Gas) as a function of Temperature and Pressure
                  Temperature from 570 K to 1490 K
                  • Thermal conductivity (Liquid in equilibrium with Gas) as a function of Temperature
                    Temperature from 200 K to 890 K

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