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|Density: 0.99984 g/cm3 at 0°C|
|0.99970 g/cm3 at 10°C|
|0.99821 g/cm3 at 20°C|
|0.98803 g/cm3 at 50°C|
|0.95840 g/cm3 at 100°C|
|Enthalpy (heat) of vaporization: 45.054 kJ/mol at 0°C|
|43.990 kJ/mol at 25°C|
|42.482 kJ/mol at 60°C|
|40.657 kJ/mol at 100°C|
|Surface tension: 74.23 J/m2 at 10°C|
|71.99 J/m2 at 25°C|
|67.94 J/m2 at 50°C|
|58.91 J/m2 at 100°C|
|Viscosity: 1.793 mPa ⋅ s at 0°C|
|0.890 mPa_s at 25°C|
|0.547 mPa_s at 50°C|
|0.282 mPa_s at 100°C|
|Ion-product constant,Kw: 1.15 × 10−15 at 0°C|
|1.01 × 10−14 at 25°C|
|5.31 × 10−14 at 50°C|
|5.43 × 10−13 at 100°C|
|Specific heat (Cs): 4.2176 J/(g-°C) at 0°C|
|4.1818 J/(g-°C) at 20°C|
|4.1806 J/(g-°C) at 50°C|
|4.2159 J/(g-°C) at 100°C|
|Vapor pressure of water (kPa)|
|Vapor pressure of water (mmHg)|
Source of data: CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 84th Edition (2004).