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Toluene (toluol) is a clear water-insoluble liquid with the typical smell of paint thinner. Thermal properties of Toluene C
1 kg/m 3 = 0.0624 lb/ft 3
1 kJ/(kg K) = 0.2389 Btu/(lb m oF)
1 W/(m K) = 6.935 (Btu in)/(ft² h °F)
1 Pa s (N s/m 2) = 10 P (Poise) = 10 3 cP = 0.1020 kp s/m 2 = 0.6721 lb/(ft s)
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Density and specific weight of liquid toluene.
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