Synonym: dimethyl sulfide

Molecular formula: C2H6S
Molar mass: 62.14 g·mol-1
CAS registry number: 75-18-3

P. Haimi, P. Uusi-Kyyny, J. -P. Pokki, M. Pakkanen, J. Aittamaa and K. I. Keskinen
Isothermal binary vapour liquid equilibrium for butanes and butenes with dimethylsulphide
Fluid Phase Equilib.Year: 2008Volume: 266Pages: 143-153.
DOI: 10.1016/j.fluid.2008.01.030
ThermoML: http://trc.nist.gov/ThermoML/fpe/j.fluid.2008.01.030.xml
Guilbot, P., Fischer, K., Valtz, A., Theveneau, P., Baba-Ahmed, A., Richon, D.
Measurement of VLE (TPx or TPxy data) for hydrogen sulfide + (dimethylsulfide or ethylmethylsulfide or carbon disulfide) and methane solubilities in (dimethylsulfide or ethylmethylsulfide or methylmercaptan or ethylmercaptan)
Fluid Phase Equilib.Year: 2007Volume: 260Pages: 49-59.
Keywords: VLE measurements, H2S, Carbonylsulfide, Dimethylsulfide, Ethylmethylsulfide, Ethylmercaptan, Methylmercaptan, Methane, Binary interaction parameters, PSRK equation
DOI: 10.1016/j.fluid.2007.07.013
ThermoML: http://trc.nist.gov/ThermoML/fpe/j.fluid.2007.07.013.xml
N. F. Giles and G. M. Wilson
Liquid-Liquid Equilibria on Three Binary Systems: Methyl Cyclopropanecarboxalate + Water; Dimethyl Sulfide + Water; and Dimethyl Disulfide + Water
J. Chem. Eng. DataYear: 2006Volume: 51Pages: 1963-1965.
Keywords: LLE, binary, water, static cell
DOI: 10.1021/je050326t
ThermoML: http://trc.nist.gov/journals/jced/2006v51/i06/je050326t.xml
Straver, E. J. M., De Loos, T. W.[Theodoor W.]
Determination of Henry s Law Constants and Activity Coefficients at Infinite Dilution of Flavor Compounds in Water at 298 K with a Gas-Chromatographic Method
J. Chem. Eng. DataYear: 2005Volume: 50Pages: 1171-1176.
Keywords: henry's law constant, activity coefficient at infinite dilution
DOI: 10.1021/je0495942
ThermoML: http://trc.nist.gov/journals/jced/2005v50/i04/je0495942.xml
C. Coquelet and D. Richon
Measurement of Henry s Law Constants and Infinite Dilution Activity Coefficients of Propyl Mercaptan, Butyl Mercaptan, and Dimethyl Sulfide in Methyldiethanolamine (1) + Water (2) with w1 ) 0.50 Using a Gas Stripping Technique
J. Chem. Eng. DataYear: 2005Volume: 50Pages: 2053-2057.
Keywords: Henry's Law constants, infinute dilution activity coefficients, propyl mercaptan, butyl mercaptan, dimethyl sulfide methyldiethanolamine, water, gas stripping technique
DOI: 10.1021/je050268b
ThermoML: http://trc.nist.gov/journals/jced/2005v50/i06/je050268b.xml
M. O. Hertel, H. Scheuren, K. Sommer and K. Glas
Limiting Separation Factors and Limiting Activity Coefficients for Hexanal, 2-Methylbutanal, 3-Methylbutanal, and Dimethylsulfide in Water at (98.1 to 99.0) deg C
J. Chem. Eng. DataYear: 2007Volume: 52Pages: 148-150.
DOI: 10.1021/je060324o
ThermoML: http://trc.nist.gov/journals/jced/2007v52/i01/je060324o.xml

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