Glycerine - Boiling and Freezing Points

Boiling and freezing points of aqueous solutions of glycerine

Both boiling and freezing points are lowered when glycerine (also called glycerin or glycerol) is diluted with water as indicated in the table below:

Concentration

(% by mass, weight)

Specific Gravity

(at 60oF, 15.6oC)

Freezing Point Boiling Point
(oF) (oC) (oF) (oC)
98.2 1.261 56 13.3 554 290
95 1.253 46 7.8 332 167
90 1.240 29 -1.7 281 138
80 1.213 -5 -20.6 250 121
70 1.185 -38 -38.9 237 114
66.7 1.178 -51 -46.1 234 112
60 1.157 -30 -34.4 228 109
50 1.129 -9 -22.8 223 106
40 1.102 4 -15.6 219 104
30 1.075 15 -9.4 217 103

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