Prediction of Enthalpy of Formation in the Solid State (at 298.15 K) using Second-Order Group Contributions. Part 1. Carbon-Hydrogen and Carbon-Hydrogen-Oxygen Compounds

@article{Salmon2006PredictionOE,
  title={Prediction of Enthalpy of Formation in the Solid State (at 298.15 K) using Second-Order Group Contributions. Part 1. Carbon-Hydrogen and Carbon-Hydrogen-Oxygen Compounds},
  author={Anna Salmon and Didier Dalmazzone},
  journal={Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data},
  year={2006},
  volume={35},
  pages={1443-1457}
}
A predictive method, based on Benson’s group additivity technique, is developed for calculating the enthalpy of formation in the solid phase, at 298.15K, of carbon-hydrogen compounds and carbon-hydrogen-oxygen compounds. A complete database compiles 398 experimental enthalpies of formation. The whole group contribution values, ring strain corrections, and nonnearest neighbor interactions evaluated are listed. Finally a comparison with Cohen’s method indicates that this new estimation method… 
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