Compilation of Henry’s Law Constants for Inorganic and Organic Species of Potential Importance in Environmental Chemistry

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Rolf Sander Air Chemistry Department Max-Planck Institute of Chemistry PO Box 3060 55020 Mainz Germany e-mail: sander@mpch-mainz.mpg.de Version 3 (April 8, 1999)
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Contents
1 Introduction 2 The physical quantity of solubility 3 Temperature dependence 4 Unit conversions 5 How to use the Tables 6 Further Sources of Information 7 Data Table (Inorganic) oxygen (O) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hydrogen (H) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . nitrogen (N) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fluorine (F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chlorine (Cl) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bromine (Br) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iodine (I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sulfur (S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rare gases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . other elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 3 3 4 4 6 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13

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8 Data Table (Organic) alkanes (C and H only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cycloalkanes (C and H only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aliphatic alkenes and cycloalkenes (C and H only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aliphatic alkynes (C and H only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mononuclear aromatics (C and H only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . terpenes and polynuclear aromatics (C and H only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alcohols (ROH) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . polyols (R(OH)n ) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

14 14 27 28 30 31 35 37 41 43 44 46 48 50 54 55 58 59 59 61 65 66 68 71 82 84 86 89 90 92 96 99 99

peroxides (ROOH) and peroxy radicals (ROO) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aldehydes (RCHO) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ketones (RCOR) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . carboxylic acids (RCOOH) and peroxy carboxylic acids (RCOOOH) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . esters (RCOOR) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ethers (ROR) (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . miscellaneous, e.g. multiple functional groups (C, H, and O only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with nitrogen: amines (RNH2 ) (C, H, O, and N only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with nitrogen: amino acids (RCHNH2 COOH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with nitrogen: heterocycles (C, H, O, and N only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with nitrogen: nitrates (RONO2 ) (C, H, O, and N only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with nitrogen: nitriles (RCN) (C, H, O, and N only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with nitrogen: nitro (RNO2 ) (C, H, O, and N only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with fluorine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aliphatic compounds with chlorine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aromatic compounds with chlorine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with chlorine and fluorine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with bromine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . compounds with iodine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

compounds with sulfur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . polychlorobiphenyls (PCB’s), pesticides, etc. 9 Notes 10 Acknowledgements References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction

Henry’s law constants (solubilities) of trace gases of potential importance in environmental chemistry (atmospheric chemistry, waste water treatment, . . . ) have been collected and converted into a uniform format. Disclaimer: Although this compilation has been edited with greatest care the possibility of errors cannot be excluded. If you use data from this table it is recommended that you also check the original literature. If you find an error in this table, please tell me about it!

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The physical quantity of solubility

There are several ways of describing the solubility of a gas in water. Usually the Henry’s law constant kH is defined as: kH = ca /pg
def

(1)

Here, ca is the concentration of a species in the aqueous phase and pg is the partial pressure of that species in the gas phase. If kH refers to standard conditions (T = 298.15 K) it will be denoted as kH . Henry’s law constant can also be expressed as the dimensionless ratio between the aqueous-phase concentration ca of a species and its gas-phase concentration cg :
cc kH = ca /cg = kH × RT def

(2)

where R = gas constant and T = temperature. To distinguish these different physical quantities, this constant has been cc named kH here.
px Sometimes the reciprocal value kH,inv is used, representing the volatility instead of the solubility. The usual definition is: px kH,inv = pg /xa = def H2 O

MH2 O × kH

(3)

where xa = molar mixing ratio in the aqueous phase,

H2 O

= density of water, and MH2 O = molar mass of water.

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Temperature dependence

A simple way to describe Henry’s law as a function of temperature is: kH = kH × exp −∆soln H R 1 1 − T T (4)

where ∆soln H = enthalpy of solution. Here, the temperature dependence is: −d ln kH ∆soln H = d(1/T ) R (5)

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Unit conversions

Detailed information about the conversion between different units and definitions of Henry’s law constants is given by Sander [1999]. Here is a short summary: The commonly used unit for kH is [M/atm] = [ molaq /dm3 molaq /m3 aq aq ]. The official SI unit is [ ]. The conversion is: atm Pa (6)

kH kH = 101.325 × [M/atm] [(molaq /m3 )/Pa] aq
cc The relation between kH and kH is:

T kH cc × = 12.2 × kH [K] [M/atm]

(7)

inv kH × = 55. The similarity in that case would not be due to independent investigations.). The cited paper presents a recalculation of previously published material (e. I haven’t seen the paper that I cite here. The paper that is cited here refers to another reference which I could not obtain (e. rounded to two significant digits and given in the unit [M/atm]. Cl. The value is estimated. 6 Further Sources of Information Further important references: • monoaromatic hydrocarbons. rounded to two significant digits and given in the unit [K]. Original publication of a measured value (e. The column labeled ‘substance’ gives the systematic name.0409 × kH [M/atm] (8) px px The commonly used unit for kH.g. The product of kH and kH. Hetero atoms (N.3 [M/atm] [atm] (9) 5 How to use the Tables Inorganic substances are sorted according to the elements they contain. Estimates are only listed if no reliable measurements are available for that compound. rare gases. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.g. Literature reviews are usually most reliable. F. personal communication. I. and S) are sorted in the same way as for inorganic compounds.15 K this leads to: kH cc = 0. see Sander [1999] for details). The cited paper doesn’t clearly state how the value was obtained. Br. Cl. S. Br. Ph.html) At T = 298. head-space or bubble column technique as explained by Betterton [1992]). For each table entry the column labeled ‘type’ denotes how the Henry’s law constant was obtained in the given reference. theses. internal papers etc. I found it referenced by another paper or I know about it through others. ‘T’ ‘C’ ‘X’ ‘?’ ‘E’ In some cases there might be good agreement between different authors. I.D. followed by original publications of experimental determinations of kH . [1992a] . Thermodynamical calculation (∆soln G = −RT ln kH . H. The types listed here are roughly ordered by decreasing reliability: ‘L’ ‘M’ ‘V’ ‘R’ The cited paper is a literature review. N.inv is [atm].e. others. The column labeled ‘−d ln kH /d(1/T )’ contains the temperature dependence of the Henry’s law constants as defined in equations (4) and (5). and in several cases the CAS registry number (in square brackets). extrapolation to a different temperature or concentration range). and PCBs: Mackay et al. However.de/~sander/res/henry.mpg. everything with carbon. Other data has to be treated more carefully. if the original work they refer to is not known one has to be careful when evaluating the reliability. The column labeled ‘kH ’ contains the Henry’s law constants as defined in equation (1). Vapor pressure of the pure substance is used to determine the Henry’s law constant (c/p for a saturated solution). It is possible that they were recalculating data from the same source.mpch-mainz.inv is constant: px kH. Organic substances (i. The order chosen is: O. including CO and CO2 ) are sorted somewhat arbitrarily by increasing chain length and complexity. trivial names (if any). F.g. the chemical formula. chlorobenzenes.4 R.

Burkhard et al. [1988]. Rice et al. Hassett and Milicic [1985]. Kolb et al. [1993] • oxygen. Murphy et al. [1993].R. [1998]. [1985]. Watts and Brimblecombe [1987]. PCB’s. Yin and Hassett [1986].de/~sander/res/henry. Duce et al. Wong and Wang [1997]. [1998] On the Internet: • The NIST Chemistry WebBook at http://webbook. [1992a]. Nirmalakhandan et al. Ettre et al. and dibenzofuranes: Mackay et al. Brennan et al. [1989]. [1994]. Heron et al.gov/chemistry • The Pesticide Properties Database (PPD) at http://www. [1987].mpch-mainz. [1998]. and sulfur containing compounds: Mackay et al. Peng and Wan [1997]. [1992]. polychlorinated dioxins.html) 5 • polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons.gov/rsml/ppdb2. [1992]. Tse et al. [1997]. Roberts and D¨ndliker [1983]. [1998]. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.arsusda.: Westcott et al. Suleimenov a and Krupp [1994]. Fendinger et al. [1995] • pestizides. etc. Fendinger and Glotfelty [1988]. [1985] • predictive methods for Henrys law coefficients (QSPRs): Russell et al. Shiu et al. [1991] • additional references that are not (yet) included: Lide and Frederikse [1995]. [1992b] • volatile organic chemicals: Mackay et al. [1981]. nitrogen. [1997].html . [1997]. Shiu et al. Gan and Yates [1996]. Economou et al. De Maagd et al.mpg. Leuenberger et al. [1992]. Becker et al.nist. Wright et al.

4×10−3 8.8×10−4 7.3×104 1.3×10−3 1.0×102 9.2×10−3 1.2×10−2 1.9×104 1.7×103 7.3×10−3 1.mpg.6×104 −3 −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance [K] reference type note oxygen (O) oxygen O2 [7782-44-7] 1700 1800 1500 1700 1500 1700 2300 2000 2000 2300 2700 2500 2400 2400 2900 Loomis Carpenter Wilhelm et al.6 R.0×103 1.4×10−3 1.8×10−4 7. Kosak-Channing and Helz Chameides Hoffmann and Jacob Jacob Seinfeld Kavanaugh and Trussell Hine and Weimar Wilhelm et al. Berdnikov and Bazhin Chameides Schwartz Jacob Weinstein-Lloyd and Schwartz Hanson et al.mpch-mainz. Staffelbach and Kok Zhou and Lee [1928] [1966] [1977] [1992] [1995] [1980] [1928] [1939] [1977] [1981] [1983] [1984] [1984] [1986] [1986] [1980] [1965] [1977] [1992] [1995] [1970] [1986] [1986] [1991] [1991] [1991] [1992] [1970] [1984] [1984] [1986] [1991] [1992] [1997] [1981] [1984] [1984] [1984] [1985] [1994] [1996] [1993] [1992] X M L ? L X X M L C M T ? C C X R L ? L T T C C C C T T T T E T T R T ? M T M M M M M 1 2 3 1 ozone O3 [10028-15-6] 4 3 hydrogen (H) hydrogen H2 [1333-74-0] hydroxyl radical OH [3352-57-6] 490 640 500 3100 5300 2 5 6 hydroperoxy radical HO2 [3170-83-0] 4500 4800 5 7 6600 5900 7000 7300 6600 7900 6300 7400 7500 6500 hydrogen peroxide H2 O2 [7722-84-1] 4 8 9 10 .2×103 9. R´gimbal and Mozurkewich e Martin and Damschen Hoffmann and Jacob Yoshizumi et al.9×10−3 7.4×105 9.0×103 4.5×101 2.8×10−4 7.1×104 7.5×101 2.2×101 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. Dean Lide and Frederikse Berdnikov and Bazhin Mozurkewich Jacob Lelieveld and Crutzen Lelieveld and Crutzen Lelieveld and Crutzen Hanson et al.9×101 3. Durham et al.8×10−4 2.7×104 6.0×103 3.2×10−2 9.6×103 9.1×10−2 1. Dean Lide and Frederikse Kavanaugh and Trussell Loomis Briner and Perrottet Wilhelm et al.0×101 4.1×10−2 9.3×10−2 1.0×103 5.3×10−3 1.2×10−3 1.3×10 1.html) 7 Data Table (Inorganic) kH [M/atm] 1.2×10−2 1.1×105 8.1×104 1. Chameides Hwang and Dasgupta Lind and Kok O’Sullivan et al.0×105 8.de/~sander/res/henry.3×10−2 1.

mpch-mainz.R.0×10−2 2. Seinfeld Dean Lide and Frederikse Perry Wilhelm et al.6×101 6.8×101 5.9 [K] 4100 4100 1500 4200 3400 4100 4100 4100 4200 4200 2100 reference type note nitrogen (N) ammonia NH3 [7664-41-7] Sillen and Martell Robinson and Stokes Wilhelm et al. Kavanaugh and Trussell Wilhelm et al.mpg. Seinfeld and Pandis Thomas et al.6×101 5.1×101 7.4×10−2 6.4×10−2 2.8×101 7. Zafiriou and McFarland Schwartz and White Durham et al. Hales and Drewes Chameides Holzwarth et al.5×10−4 6.1×10−2 1. laughing gas) [10024-97-2] 4400 3100 2 11 12 3 nitrogen N2 [7727-37-9] nitrogen monoxide NO (nitric oxide) [10102-43-9] 2.4×101 6.0 6. Hoffmann and Jacob Dasgupta and Dong Dasgupta and Dong Clegg and Brimblecombe Dean Van Krevelen et al.2×101 5.0×10−1 see note 1.2×101 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 7 substance kH [M/atm] 5.0×10−3 4.6×10−2 2.4×10−2 1.0×101 6.de/~sander/res/henry. Rudich et al. Kavanaugh and Trussell Wilhelm et al. [1928] [1974] [1977] [1986] [1992] [1995] [1963] [1977] [1980] [1977] [1980] [1981] [1981] [1992] [1995] [1970] [1981] [1981] [1981] [1981] [1981] [1984] [1970] [1986] [1993] [1996] [1998] [1998] X ? L ? ? L X L X L M L C ? L T M C C L C T T T M M M M 1 13 2 14 3 2 5 15 nitrogen dioxide NO2 [10102-44-0] nitrogen trioxide NO3 (nitrate radical) [12033-49-7] 2500 2000 1900 2000 5 16 17 .9×10−3 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.1×101 2.0×101 9. Chameides Berdnikov and Bazhin Chameides Thomas et al. Edwards et al.1×10−4 7.9×10−3 1.7×101 6.4×10−2 2.8 2600 2800 2600 2700 1300 1300 3800 1500 1700 1400 1800 Loomis Liss and Slater Wilhelm et al. Bone et al. Dean Lide and Frederikse Berdnikov and Bazhin Lee and Schwartz Lee and Schwartz Lee and Schwartz Schwartz and White Durham et al.9×10−3 1.7×101 1.9×10−3 3.2×10−2 3.2×10−2 4.5×10−2 2. [1964] [1970] [1977] [1978] [1979] [1984] [1984] [1984] [1986] [1986] [1989] [1992] [1949] [1983] [1980] [1977] X X L L M T M ? M T M ? X ? X L 1 1 4 hydrazoic acid HN3 [7782-79-8] dinitrogen monoxide N2 O (nitrous oxide.4×10−2 1.4×10−2 7.4×10−3 1.9×101 5.5×10−2 2.8×101 5.9×10−7 1.5×10−2 2.6×101 5.

9×101 4.4 1.5×10−4 2500 Wilhelm et al.2×104 4.6×101 1.0×10−1 2. [1981] Schwartz and White [1981] Durham et al. 21 7.mpg.0×105 1.0×104 1. Schwartz and White Durham et al. M¨ller and Mauersberger o R´gimbal and Mozurkewich e Amels et al.6/KA 7400 Brimblecombe and Clegg [1989] T 20.6 ∞ 2. 21 22 23 fluorine (F) fluorine atom F [14762-94-8] hydrogen fluoride HF [7664-39-3] nitrogen trifluoride NF3 [7783-54-2] dinitrogen tetrafluoride N2 F4 (tetrafluorohydrazine) [10036-47-2] 400 Berdnikov and Bazhin [1970] 5 9.9×104 2. [1977] L 8.9×10−4 1900 Wilhelm et al. Chameides Hoffmann and Jacob Brimblecombe and Clegg Lelieveld and Crutzen Jacob et al.1×105 2. 4 20.0×101 2. Chameides Martin Park and Lee Becker et al.mpch-mainz.7×101 4. [1981] [1981] [1984] [1984] [1988] [1996] [1981] [1981] [1984] [1984] [1989] [1991] [1989] [1992] [1997] [1996] type L C L C E E E L C T T M M T C T ? T R C E T M T note 3400 18 19 18 4800 4800 4700 4900 4900 nitric acid HNO3 [7697-37-2] pernitric acid HNO4 [26404-66-0] 8700 8700 8700 8700 0 6900 20.5×105 /KA 2.1 ∞ 4.9×101 5.1×10 −2 [K] reference Schwartz and White [1981] Durham et al.9×101 3.de/~sander/res/henry.8 R.8×101 4. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1981] Jacob [1986] Fried et al.0×103 2.6×106 3. [1994] Sander and Crutzen [1996] Schwartz and White Durham et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance dinitrogen trioxide N2 O3 [10544-73-7] dinitrogen tetroxide N2 O4 [10544-72-6] dinitrogen pentoxide N2 O5 (nitric anhydride) [10102-03-1] nitrous acid HNO2 [7782-77-6] kH [M/atm] 6. [1977] L .4×106 /KA 2.1×105 8.

Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. Wagman et al.5×103 2.5×10−2 2.3×10−2 6. Lide and Frederikse Kavanaugh and Trussell Berdnikov and Bazhin Mozurkewich [1962] [1977] [1982] [1992] [1962] [1995] [1980] [1977] [1995] [1977] [1995] [1980] [1970] [1986] ? L T ? L L X L L L L X T T M 26 2 3 14 3 5 4800 Holzwarth et al.mpch-mainz. [1984] M .0×106 /KA 1. Dean Brian et al.2×10−2 9. Huthwelker et al.3×10−2 9. [1984] M 1.7×105 /KA 1. 21 2 hypochlorous acid HOCl [7790-92-3] 24 5900 5100 nitrosyl chloride NOCl [2696-92-6] nitryl chloride ClNO2 [13444-90-1] chlorine nitrate ClNO3 [14545-72-3] molecular chlorine Cl2 [7782-50-5] 2. Hanson and Ravishankara Blatchley et al.9×10 1.R.5×103 2.0×106 /KA 7.5×10−1 1.0 8.6×10−2 ∞ Behnke et al.0×101 1. [1998] Sander and Crutzen [1996] E E E 25 18 dichlorine monoxide Cl2 O [7791-21-1] chlorine dioxide ClO2 [10049-04-4] chlorine atom Cl [22537-15-1] chloramide NH2 Cl [10599-90-3] dichloroamine NHCl2 (chlorimide) [3400-09-7] nitrogen trichloride NCl3 [10025-85-1] see note 9. Lide and Frederikse Kavanaugh and Trussell Wilhelm et al. [1997] Frenzel et al. Scheer et al.0×10−1 9.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 9 substance kH [M/atm] 1.0×10−1 4100 Holzwarth et al. [1928] [1928] [1979] [1983] [1985] [1986] [1989] [1992] [1982] [1984] [1991] [1992] [1995] [1982] [1997] X X X C T ? T ? T M M M L T M 1 1.9×101 4200 Holzwarth et al.de/~sander/res/henry.3×102 4. Holzwarth et al.0 1.1 2. Lide and Frederikse Wilhelm et al.9×101 2.6×102 > 0. [1984] 2.6×10−2 1.4×10−2 4.05 1 [K] 9000 reference type note chlorine (Cl) hydrogen chloride HCl [7647-01-0] Loomis Loomis Chen et al.6×102 2.20 1 2000 9000 600 9000 13 20.mpg.8×102 9.7×101 1.1×10−2 6. Wagman et al.3×102 6.4×101 2500 2800 2300 3200 2100 2000 1800 1700 3300 3300 3400 1500 Kruis and May Wilhelm et al. Graedel and Goldberg Marsh and McElroy Seinfeld Brimblecombe and Clegg Dean Wagman et al.5×10−2 8.7×101 1.

4×10−1 5. [1982] Dean [1992] Dubik et al.1×103 3.5×101 7.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 1.2 3600 4100 3900 4000 4100 3300 3700 5600 1800 Winkler [1899] Kelley and Tartar [1956] Jenkins and King [1965] Jenkins and King [1965] Hill et al.8 4.4×10−1 5.2×10−1 2. [1987] see note see note Disselkamp et al. Frenzel et al. Fickert Frenzel et al. [1998] Bartlett and Margerum [1998] Frenzel et al.1×10−1 9.3×101 see note 6.0×10−1 6.0×10−1 9 [K] 10000 6100 370 10000 reference type note bromine (Br) hydrogen bromide HBr [10035-10-6] hypobromous acid HOBr [13517-11-8] Brimblecombe and Clegg Chameides and Stelson Dean Wagman et al.de/~sander/res/henry.9×10−1 7.8 9. [1987] Dubik et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.2×108 /KA >1.2 1.10 R. [1989] [1992] [1992] [1982] [1992] [1995] [1996] [1998] [1998] [1998] T C ? T M T E M E E 20.6×10−1 1.9×103 1.9×10−1 3.9×10−1 7.4×10−2 1. Mozurkewich Vogt et al.3×10−1 7.7×10−1 8. [1968] Wagman et al. Blatchley et al.mpg.1 7. 21 27 2 28 29 nitryl bromide BrNO2 [13536-70-4] bromine nitrate BrNO3 [40423-14-1] molecular bromine Br2 [7726-95-6] ∞ Sander and Crutzen [1996] E 18 bromine chloride BrCl [13863-41-7] bromine atom Br [10097-32-2] 7.2 9.mpch-mainz.3×10 /KA 7. [1998] Berdnikov and Bazhin [1970] Mozurkewich [1986] X M M R M T ? M M T T M M E T T 30 8 2 31 31 32 33 34 5 .

2×109 /KA >4.5×101 <4.de/~sander/res/henry. Thompson and Zafiriou Palmer et al.mpg.3×10−3 8.1 3.1×102 3.4×101 Wagman et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.0×10−2 1. Berdnikov and Bazhin Mozurkewich [1983] [1983] [1985] [1970] [1982] [1983] [1985] [1970] [1986] T T E E C R T C R T T T 20.0 6. Berdnikov and Bazhin Wagman et al. 21 4600 4800 4400 2300 35 5 Wagman et al.R.1×102 9 [K] reference type note iodine (I) hydrogen iodide HI [10034-85-2] hypoiodous acid HOI [14332-21-9] molecular iodine I2 [7553-56-2] iodine atom I [14362-44-8] iodine chloride ICl [7790-99-0] iodine bromide IBr [7789-33-5] 9800 9800 Brimblecombe and Clegg [1989] Wagman et al. [1982] 2.mpch-mainz. [1982] Thompson and Zafiriou Thompson and Zafiriou Palmer et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 11 substance kH [M/atm] 2. [1982] T .5×10 /KA 2.1 3.3 1.5×104 >4.

0×10 1.5 1.4 1.0×10−1 1.3 ∞ −3 [K] 2300 2100 2100 2200 2300 2000 2100 2200 3200 3100 3100 2800 3000 3100 3100 3200 3100 2900 3200 2900 2800 reference type note sulfur (S) hydrogen sulfide H2 S [7783-06-4] Loomis Hine and Weimar Wilhelm et al.0×10−1 1.8×10−2 1. Edwards et al.mpg.2 1. Chameides Hoffmann and Jacob Jacob Pandis and Seinfeld Dean Maahs Maahs Lide and Frederikse Kavanaugh and Trussell Sander and Crutzen [1928] [1965] [1977] [1978] [1989] [1992] [1995] [1995] [1980] [1964] [1973] [1974] [1976] [1977] [1978] [1981] [1984] [1984] [1986] [1989] [1992] [1982] [1982] [1995] [1980] [1996] X R L L L ? L M X X c c X L L C T ? C C ? X X L X E 1 2 sulfur dioxide SO2 [7446-09-5] 3 1 1 4 2 11 1 3 18 sulfur trioxide SO3 [7446-11-9] sulfuric acid H2 SO4 [7664-93-9] sulfur hexafluoride SF6 [2551-62-4] see note Gmitro and Vermeulen [1964] M 36 2.2 1.2 1.0×10−1 1.0×10−1 1.12 R.4×10−4 2400 Wilhelm et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 1. [1977] L .2 1.2 1.1 1.0×10−1 8. Carroll and Mather Dean Lide and Frederikse De Bruyn et al.2 1. Durham et al.2 1.2 1. Edwards et al.de/~sander/res/henry.mpch-mainz.2 1.2 1. Kavanaugh and Trussell Sillen and Martell Hales and Sutter Liss and Slater Smith and Martell Wilhelm et al.2 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.7×10−2 9.0×10−1 1.4 1.

9×10−3 2100 Wilhelm et al. [1977] M L M L M L M L M L L 37 37 other elements 8.mpg. [1977] L 8.3×10−3 4.5×10−3 4.4×10−2 1900 Wilhelm et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.4×10−3 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 13 substance kH [M/atm] 3.8×10−4 4. [1977] L 8. [1977] Morrison and Johnstone [1954] Wilhelm et al. [1977] Morrison and Johnstone [1954] Wilhelm et al.R.4×10−3 1.4×10−3 2.3×10−2 Brimblecombe [1986] ? 38 . [1977] Morrison and Johnstone [1954] Wilhelm et al.5×10−4 1.5×10−4 4. [1977] Morrison and Johnstone [1954] Wilhelm et al. [1977] L 9. [1977] Wilhelm et al.3×10−3 −4 [K] 360 92 530 450 1100 1500 1500 1900 1900 2200 2600 reference type note rare gases helium He [7440-59-7] neon Ne [7440-01-9] argon Ar [7440-37-1] krypton Kr [7439-90-9] xenon Xe [7440-63-3] radon Rn [10043-92-2] selenium hydride H2 Se [7783-07-5] phosphorus trihydride PH3 (phosphine) [7803-51-2] arsenic hydride AsH3 (arsine) [7784-42-1] mercury Hg [7439-97-6] Morrison and Johnstone [1954] Wilhelm et al.mpch-mainz.3×10−3 9.7×10 3.de/~sander/res/henry.1×10−3 2000 Wilhelm et al.

html) 8 Data Table (Organic) kH [M/atm] 9.1×10−3 1.14 R. Mackay and Shiu Dean Lide and Frederikse Yaws and Yang Kavanaugh and Trussell Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.1×10−4 7.5×10−3 1.0×10−4 8.3×10−3 1.3×10−4 7.5×10−3 1.2-dimethylpropane C5 H12 2700 39 3400 39 39 4.0×10−3 1.9×10−3 2.8×10−3 2.3×10−3 1.9×10−3 1.9×10−4 7.5×10−3 1.6×10−4 5.4×10−3 1.1×10−2 2.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .9×10−4 2.1×10−3 1.de/~sander/res/henry.0×10−3 1. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.2×10−3 1.4×10−3 1. Mackay and Shiu Lide and Frederikse Yaws and Yang Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.5×10−3 1.4×10−3 1.3×10−3 1. Mackay and Shiu Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang [1935] [1965] [1974] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1995] [1992] [1980] [1935] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1935] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1981] [1992] V R C V L L ? L ? X V V L L L ? V L L L ? V V L L ? V L L ? V L L V L ? L ? 1700 1900 1600 1800 2 14 39 3 ethane C2 H6 2400 2300 39 propane C3 H8 2700 2700 39 butane C4 H10 3100 39 2-methylpropane HC(CH3 )3 (isobutane) dimethylpropane C(CH3 )4 (neopentane) pentane C5 H12 2-methylbutane C5 H12 (isopentane) 2.1×10−4 8.5×10−4 8.4×10−3 9.mpch-mainz.2×10−3 1. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.7×10−4 1.7×10−4 4.4×10−3 1.mpg.4×10−4 8.1×10−3 8.3×10−4 −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance [K] reference type note alkanes (C and H only) methane CH4 Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Weimar Liss and Slater Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.0×10−3 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. Mackay and Shiu Lide and Frederikse Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.4×10−3 4.7×10−4 8.

9×10−3 2.2.3-trimethylbutane C7 H16 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1981] [1992] 39 39 39 39 39 Yaws and Yang [1992] 4. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.5×10−4 3.7×10−4 4.9×10−4 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.4-dimethylpentane C7 H16 3.8×10−4 3.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .3-dimethylbutane C6 H14 heptane C7 H16 kH [M/atm] 5.9×10−4 1.9×10−3 4.2×10−4 3.5×10−4 6.0×10−4 7. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.9×10−4 8.R.2×10−3 3.0×10−3 5.2-dimethylpentane C7 H16 2.2×10−3 2.4×10−4 5.1×10−4 5.4×10−4 5.3-dimethylpentane C7 H16 3-ethylpentane C7 H16 2.6×10−4 7.2×10−4 3. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1988] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1988] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1981] [1992] type V L ? X V L ? X V L ? V L ? L ? V L L ? X L M ? X L ? L ? L ? V L ? L ? ? note 7500 39 3 960 39 3 39 39 39 3700 3700 -3600 -3500 39 3 40 39 3 39 2-methylhexane C7 H16 3-methylhexane C7 H16 2.4×10−4 1.9×10−4 4.8×10−4 1.8×10−4 5. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.9×10−4 6.3-dimethylpentane C7 H16 2.9×10−4 5. Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.2×10−4 3.mpg.2×10−4 3.mpch-mainz.8×10−4 6. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.9×10−4 5.8×10−4 7. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.9×10−4 1.7×10−4 1.2-dimethylbutane C6 H14 2.1×10−4 5.7×10−4 1.0×10−4 5.de/~sander/res/henry.3×10−1 5.4×10−4 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 15 substance hexane C6 H14 2-methylpentane C6 H14 (isohexane) [107-83-5] 3-methylpentane C6 H14 2.

7×10−4 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.2-dimethylhexane C8 H18 2.4-dimethylhexane C8 H18 2.de/~sander/res/henry.4-dimethylhexane C8 H18 kH [M/atm] 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3-dimethylhexane C8 H18 2.4×10−4 2.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.3-dimethylhexane C8 H18 3.9×10−3 2.mpch-mainz.7×10−4 2.mpg.5-dimethylhexane C8 H18 3.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 3.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.1×10−4 3.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2. Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1993] [1993] [1992] type V L ? X ? ? L ? ? note 7800 39 3 13 39 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] 39 39 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance octane C8 H18 2-methylheptane C8 H18 3-methylheptane C8 H18 4-methylheptane C8 H18 2.7×10−4 2.16 R.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .7×10−4 2. Hoff et al.7×10−4 2.0×10−4 2.

0×10−4 2.mpch-mainz.R.3.3×10−4 5.3×10−4 3.7×10−4 2.de/~sander/res/henry.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 17 substance 3-ethylhexane C8 H18 2.4×10−4 Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1992] V L ? ? 39 39 5.2.1×10−4 3.mpg.2.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.4-trimethylpentane C8 H18 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3-tetramethylbutane C8 H18 kH [M/atm] 2.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .2.3-trimethylpentane C8 H18 2.3-trimethylpentane C8 H18 2.4-trimethylpentane C8 H18 3-ethyl-2-methylpentane C8 H18 3-ethyl-3-methylpentane C8 H18 2.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 3.3.6×10−4 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] L ? ? 39 39 2.6×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 2.3.

9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−3 2.de/~sander/res/henry.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.7×10−4 2.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance nonane C9 H20 2-methyloctane C9 H20 3-methyloctane C9 H20 4-methyloctane C9 H20 2.0×10−4 1.4-dimethylheptane C9 H20 3.4-dimethylheptane C9 H20 2.9×10−4 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] L ? ? 39 39 2.18 R.4-dimethylheptane C9 H20 3-ethylheptane C9 H20 4-ethylheptane C9 H20 kH [M/atm] 2. Yaws and Yang [1981] [1992] [1988] [1992] type L ? X ? note 210 39 3 39 2.2-dimethylheptane C9 H20 2.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.3-dimethylheptane C9 H20 3.mpch-mainz.0×10−4 1.3-dimethylheptane C9 H20 2.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.5-dimethylheptane C9 H20 2.6-dimethylheptane C9 H20 3.mpg.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .0×10−4 1.1×10−4 [K] reference Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.5-dimethylheptane C9 H20 4.

9×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 19 substance 2.4-trimethylhexane C9 H20 2.3.4-trimethylhexane C9 H20 3-ethyl-2-methylhexane C9 H20 4-ethyl-2-methylhexane C9 H20 3-ethyl-3-methylhexane C9 H20 3-ethyl-4-methylhexane C9 H20 2.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.9×10−4 1.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2.de/~sander/res/henry.3.2.3.3.5-trimethylhexane C9 H20 2.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4.2.4-trimethylhexane C9 H20 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.4-trimethylhexane C9 H20 3.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5-trimethylhexane C9 H20 2.3.mpg.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.7×10−4 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] L ? ? 39 39 1.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2.4.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.3.4-tetramethylpentane C9 H20 kH [M/atm] 1.3-tetramethylpentane C9 H20 2.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.9×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.9×10−4 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-tetramethylpentane C9 H20 2.R.4-tetramethylpentane C9 H20 2.mpch-mainz.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.3-trimethylhexane C9 H20 2.3-trimethylhexane C9 H20 2.2.2.

mpg.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-dimethylpentane C9 H20 3.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.8×10−4 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] L ? ? 39 39 1.5-dimethyloctane C10 H22 2.de/~sander/res/henry.3-dimethyloctane C10 H22 2.mpch-mainz.3-diethylpentane C9 H20 decane C10 H22 2-methylnonane C10 H22 3-methylnonane C10 H22 4-methylnonane C10 H22 5-methylnonane C10 H22 2.8×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 1.4-dimethyloctane C10 H22 2.6-dimethyloctane C10 H22 kH [M/atm] 1.2-dimethylpentane C9 H20 3-ethyl-2.1×10−4 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 3-ethyl-2.3-dimethylpentane C9 H20 3-ethyl-2.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2-dimethyloctane C10 H22 2.4×10−4 2.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.20 R.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .

5-dimethyloctane C10 H22 3.3-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5-dimethyloctane C10 H22 3-ethyloctane C10 H22 4-ethyloctane C10 H22 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 21 substance 2.mpch-mainz.7-dimethyloctane C10 H22 3.6-dimethyloctane C10 H22 4.4-dimethyloctane C10 H22 3.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.mpg.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-trimethylheptane C10 H22 kH [M/atm] 1.R.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2.2.7×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 1.3-dimethyloctane C10 H22 3.4-dimethyloctane C10 H22 4.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.de/~sander/res/henry.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .

5-trimethylheptane C10 H22 kH [M/atm] 1.22 R.5-trimethylheptane C10 H22 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 2.5-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-trimethylheptane C10 H22 3.2.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.4-trimethylheptane C10 H22 3.4.de/~sander/res/henry.2.4-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.5-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.3.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .5.mpch-mainz.6-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.6-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.4. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.4.4.4-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.mpg.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.4.3.6×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 1.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5-trimethylheptane C10 H22 3.3.3.6-trimethylheptane C10 H22 2.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.

4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.5×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 1.2.R.3.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.de/~sander/res/henry.2.3-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 23 substance 3-ethyl-2-methylheptane C10 H22 4-ethyl-2-methylheptane C10 H22 5-ethyl-2-methylheptane C10 H22 3-ethyl-3-methylheptane C10 H22 4-ethyl-3-methylheptane C10 H22 3-ethyl-5-methylheptane C10 H22 3-ethyl-4-methylheptane C10 H22 4-ethyl-4-methylheptane C10 H22 4-propylheptane C10 H22 4-isopropylheptane C10 H22 2.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.mpg.mpch-mainz.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.4-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 kH [M/atm] 1.7×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.

2×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.mpg.3.6×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3-dimethylhexane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.4.5-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4.5-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.4.3.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2-dimethylhexane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.3.5-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.5-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.2.6×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 1.4-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.24 R.3.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.4.2.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.de/~sander/res/henry.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.5.2.4-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.2×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-dimethylhexane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.4.3.4-dimethylhexane C10 H22 4-ethyl-2.2.4-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 2.3.5-dimethylhexane C10 H22 kH [M/atm] 1.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.2-dimethylhexane C10 H22 4-ethyl-2.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.mpch-mainz.5-tetramethylhexane C10 H22 3.3-dimethylhexane C10 H22 4-ethyl-2.

3.3-dimethylhexane C10 H22 3-ethyl-3.2.3.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-pentamethylpentane C10 H22 2.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3-diethylhexane C10 H22 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.2.R.de/~sander/res/henry.4.4-diethylhexane C10 H22 3-isopropyl-2-methylhexane C10 H22 2.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.mpch-mainz.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-trimethylpentane C10 H22 3.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.3.3-trimethylpentane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.3-diethyl-2-methylpentane C10 H22 2.2.3×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .2.4-dimethylhexane C10 H22 3.1×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.0×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4-dimethyl-3-isopropylpentane C10 H22 kH [M/atm] 1.4-pentamethylpentane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.4-trimethylpentane C10 H22 3-ethyl-2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 25 substance 4-ethyl-3.mpg.3×10−4 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 1.4×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.

8×10−3 2.2×10−3 5.mpch-mainz.3-trimethylcyclopentane C5 H7 (CH3 )3 propylcyclopentane C5 H9 C3 H7 pentylcyclopentane C5 H9 C5 H11 decahydronaphthalene C10 H18 (decalin) [91-17-8] 39 39 1.6×10−3 6. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1992] 39 9400 9100 39 3 cis-1.1×10−3 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.6×10−3 2.5×10−3 9.3×10−3 9.2-dimethylcyclohexane C6 H10 (CH3 )2 trans-1.9×10−3 9. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.1.3×10−2 5.8×10−3 2.1×10−2 1. [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.4×10−4 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Mackay and Shiu [1981] L ? L 39 1. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.3×10−3 1.5×10−4 7.8×10−3 2.7×10−3 2.8×10−3 2.mpg.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 27 substance kH [M/atm] 1.1×10−3 1.4×10−3 2.de/~sander/res/henry.1×10−3 5.8×10−3 2.4×10−3 6.5×10−3 6.4×10−3 5.R.3×10−3 4100 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Ashworth et al.2-dimethylcyclohexane C6 H10 (CH3 )2 trans-1. [1993] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.8×10−3 2. 41 3400 3300 39 3 cyclohexane C6 H12 3200 710 cycloheptane C7 H14 cyclooctane C8 H16 methylcyclopentane C5 H9 CH3 methylcyclohexane C6 H11 CH3 39 3 3 13 39 13 39 Hoff et al.5×10−4 5.3×10−3 2. USEPA Hoff et al.6×10−3 5.6×10−3 5.1×10−3 [K] 1700 reference type note cycloalkanes (C and H only) cyclopropane C3 H6 cyclopentane C5 H10 Wilhelm et al. Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1988] [1982] [1993] [1992] L ? V L M ? X V L ? X X ? ? ? ? V L ? V L M ? X V L ? ? 39.4-dimethylcyclohexane C6 H10 (CH3 )2 1.1×10−3 5.1×10−2 9.1×10−3 6. [1988] L ? L ? X 39 39 3 .6×10−3 5.6×10−1 1.

4×10−3 4.4×10−3 Irrmann [1965] X 42 4.9×10−3 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 4.0×10−3 1.5×10−3 2.3×10−3 4.7×10−3 1.9×10−3 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] V L ? 39 .7×10−3 4.9×10−3 4.5×10−3 3000 Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.3×10−3 4.mpg.5×10−3 2.7×10−3 4.8×10−3 4.9×10−3 4.8×10−3 7. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1981] [1992] V L L ? V L ? L ? V ? V 39 39 39 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] 39 1. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al. Mackay and Shiu Seinfeld Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.mpch-mainz.6×10−3 4. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Irrmann [1928] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1986] [1992] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1965] X V L L ? ? V L L ? V L L ? X 1 1800 13 39 propene C3 H6 (propylene) 1-butene C4 H8 3400 39 6400 cis-2-butene C4 H8 trans-2-butene C4 H8 2-methylpropene C4 H8 (isobutene) 1-pentene C5 H10 cis-2-pentene C5 H10 trans-2-pentene C5 H10 2-methyl-2-butene C5 H10 3-methyl-1-butene C5 H10 39 42 4.4×10−3 4.3×10−2 1.4×10−3 4.3×10−3 [K] reference type note aliphatic alkenes and cycloalkenes (C and H only) ethene C2 H4 (ethylene) Loomis Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.8×10−3 4.8×10−3 4.5×10−3 4.9×10−3 1.de/~sander/res/henry.28 R.0×10−3 4.7×10−3 5.7×10−3 4.8×10−3 2.4×10−3 4.

5×10−2 2.R.3-dimethyl-1.4×10−3 1.3×10−3 8.4×10−3 8.6×10−3 3.2×10−3 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1992] V L V L ? ? 39 39 methylbutadiene C5 H8 (isoprene) 1.3×10−2 1.6×10−2 1.6×10−3 1.mpch-mainz.5×10−3 2.5-hexadiene C6 H10 2.4×10−2 1.5×10−3 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1992] type V L ? L ? V L ? ? note 39 39 39 39 2.4×10−3 2.6×10−3 1. Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee [1975] [1994] [1992] [1975] V ? V M ? V 39 39 2. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Karl and Lindinger Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1997] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1975] V L L ? V L M ? V L ? V 39 43 39 39 2.2×10−2 1.4×10−2 1.5×10−3 7. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3×10−2 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 29 substance 1-hexene C6 H12 2-methyl-1-pentene C6 H12 4-methyl-1-pentene C6 H12 1-heptene C7 H14 trans-2-heptene C7 H14 1-octene C8 H16 1-nonene C9 H18 1.1×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .1×10−3 1.4×10−3 3.3.4-pentadiene C5 H8 1.2×10−2 2.6×10−3 1.6×10−3 1.6×10−3 2.1×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 1.4×10−3 4500 Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.3×10−2 8.1×10−3 1.5-cycloheptatriene C7 H8 1.4×10−2 1.3×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Nielsen et al.3-butadiene C6 H10 cyclopentene C5 H8 cyclohexene C6 H10 1-methylcyclohexene C6 H9 CH3 1.6×10−2 2.3-butadiene C4 H6 kH [M/atm] 2.8×10−2 1.3×10−3 3.mpg.de/~sander/res/henry.6×10−2 1.

4×10−2 see note 5.mpch-mainz.5×10−2 4.30 R.0×10−3 3.0×10−2 2.2×10−2 9.2×10−2 1.9×10−3 7.2×10−2 4.de/~sander/res/henry.9×10−2 9.1×10−2 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 4.6×10−2 1.1×10−2 9.5×10−2 1.4×10−2 7.5×10−2 4. [1977] 39 39 39 1.6×10−2 5.2×10−2 6.9×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .8×10−2 [K] reference type note aliphatic alkynes (C and H only) ethyne C2 H2 (acetylene) propyne CH3 CCH (methylacetylene) 1-butyne C2 H5 CCH (ethylacetylene) 1-pentyne C3 H7 CCH 1-hexyne C4 H9 CCH 1-heptyne C5 H11 CCH 1-octyne C6 H13 CCH 1-nonyne C7 H15 CCH 3-buten-1-yne CH2 CHCCH (vinylacetylene) butadiyne C4 H2 (biacetylene) 1800 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al.1×10−2 2. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1977] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1992] V L ? V L ? ? V L L ? V L ? V ? V ? V ? V ? L 39 39 44 1900 39 39 39 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] 1700 Wilhelm et al.0×10−2 4.3×10−2 5. Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.4×10−2 1. [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Wilhelm et al.mpg. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.

7×10−1 1.8×10−1 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×10−1 1. [1975] [1979] [1979] [1981] [1993] [1993] [1994] [1995] [1975] [1970] [1951] [1993] [1973] [1997] [1992] [1992] [1982] [1980] [1980] [1996] [1990] [1988] [1981] [1998] [1971] [1975] [1979] [1979] [1981] [1992] [1993] [1993] [1994] [1995] [1975] [1970] [1951] [1993] [1973] [1992] [1982] [1996] [1990] [1988] [1981] [1980] [1989] [1998] V M T L X M M M M M V M M M ? X X X X L X X X E X V M T L X X M M M M M V M M ? X L X X X X X E 45 3800 3600 4500 4200 3900 2200 4300 5300 4100 4300 3200 4000 43 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 45 methylbenzene C6 H5 CH3 (toluene) [108-88-3] 45 45 3400 4100 5900 4600 1900 4000 5000 3000 3700 4900 8400 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 .html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 31 substance kH [M/atm] 1.8×10−1 1.7×10−1 1.5×10−1 1.1×10−1 1. Mackay and Shiu Kolb et al. Staudinger and Roberts Bissonette et al.8×10−1 1.6×10−1 1. Leighton and Calo Allen et al.8×10−1 1.8×10−1 1.5×10−1 1.8×10−1 1. Hartkopf and Karger Karl and Lindinger Yaws and Yang Cooling et al. Dewulf et al.6×10−1 1.1×10−1 1.8×10−1 1.5×10−1 1. Nielsen et al.6×10−1 [K] reference type note mononuclear aromatics (C and H only) benzene C6 H6 [71-43-2] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al.5×10−1 1. Dewulf et al.5×10−1 1.2×10−1 1.2×10−1 1. Ashworth et al. Wasik and Tsang Bohon and Claussen Hoff et al. Ettre et al.mpg. Ashworth et al. Hartkopf and Karger Yaws and Yang USEPA Staudinger and Roberts Bissonette et al.8×10−1 1.mpch-mainz. Mackay et al.4×10−1 1.6×10−1 1.7×10−1 1.9×10−1 1.8×10−1 1. Vitenberg et al.R.9×10−1 2.7×10−1 2.8×10−1 1. Robbins et al.8×10−1 1. Nielsen et al.5×10−1 1.3×10−1 2. Mackay et al.6×10−1 1.5×10−1 1.8×10−1 1. McAuliffe Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al. Lamarche and Droste Allen et al. Vitenberg et al.8×10−1 1.6×10−1 1.9×10−1 1.8×10−1 1.6×10−1 1. Leighton and Calo Ervin et al.5×10−1 1.1×10−1 2.5×10−1 1.de/~sander/res/henry.5×10−1 1.6×10−1 1. Robbins et al. Mackay and Shiu Ettre et al.8×10−1 1. Wasik and Tsang Bohon and Claussen Hoff et al. USEPA Kavanaugh and Trussell Ervin et al.

2.3×10−1 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 1.3-dimethylbenzene C6 H4 (CH3 )2 (m-xylene) [108-38-3] 1.3×10−1 1.7×10−1 1.4.4×10−1 1.6×10−1 1.1×10−1 1.5×10−1 1.5-tetramethylbenzene C6 H2 (CH3 )4 3600 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] 39 .0×10−1 1.4×10−1 1.2.2-dimethylbenzene C6 H4 (CH3 )2 (o-xylene) [95-47-6] 1. Staudinger and Roberts Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.4-trimethylbenzene C6 H3 (CH3 )3 [95-63-6] kH [M/atm] 1. Ashworth et al. Dewulf et al.4×10−1 1.3×10−1 1.7×10−1 1.3.7×10−1 1.6×10−1 2.5-trimethylbenzene C6 H3 (CH3 )3 (mesitylene) [108-67-8] 1.4×10−1 1.9×10−1 1.5×10−1 2.5×10−1 1.mpg. Staudinger and Roberts Bissonette et al.7×10−1 1.1×10−1 2.0×10−2 3.4-dimethylbenzene C6 H4 (CH3 )2 (p-xylene) [106-42-3] 1. [1975] [1981] [1993] [1995] [1970] [1992] [1988] [1996] [1990] [1975] [1981] [1995] [1951] [1992] [1988] [1996] [1990] [1975] [1981] [1995] [1951] [1970] [1992] [1993] [1990] [1988] [1996] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1981] [1992] [1988] type V L M M M ? X L X V L M V ? X L X V L M V M ? X X X L L ? V L M ? X L ? X L ? note 3400 4200 5400 3200 4000 5600 39 3 3 4000 3300 4200 6000 39 3 3 4500 5400 3000 5300 3500 3800 39 3 3 3 39 4300 4200 39 3 39 3 1. Staudinger and Roberts Bissonette et al.2×10−1 1.4×10−1 4.6×10−1 1.3-trimethylbenzene C6 H3 (CH3 )3 [526-73-8] 1.9×10−1 2.6×10−1 1.7×10−1 1.32 R. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.mpch-mainz.6×10−1 1.9×10−1 2.3×10−1 1. Wasik and Tsang Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Dewulf et al.9×10−1 2.2×10−1 1.7×10−1 1. Bohon and Claussen Wasik and Tsang Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.2×10−1 1. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Dewulf et al.de/~sander/res/henry.9×10−1 2.3×10−1 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8×10−1 1.2. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al. Bohon and Claussen Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.5×10−1 1.9×10−2 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Robbins et al. Bissonette et al.

1×10−1 1.8×10−2 7. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang [1975] [1979] [1979] [1981] [1993] [1995] [1951] [1993] [1973] [1992] [1996] [1982] [1990] [1988] [1980] [1998] [1975] [1981] [1992] [1988] [1975] [1981] [1993] [1992] [1993] [1981] [1992] type V M T L M M V ? M ? L X X X X E V L ? X V L ? ? X L ? note 4600 4600 13 39 3 3 3 3 6100 5100 1700 5500 5000 5500 3700 39 3 3200 13 39 3 39 2. Dewulf et al. Allen et al.9×10−2 6. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×10−1 1.5×10−1 1. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Hoff et al.2×10−1 1. Ervin et al.2×10−1 1. Mackay and Shiu Robbins et al. Ashworth et al.4×10−1 1.1×10−2 6.2×10−1 1.mpg. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al. Mackay et al.4×10−1 9.9×10−2 8.1×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu [1975] [1981] [1992] [1981] V L ? L 39 8.6×10−2 3.7×10−2 7.8×10−2 7.8×10−2 9.de/~sander/res/henry.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 33 substance ethylbenzene C6 H5 C2 H5 [100-41-4] propylbenzene C6 H5 C3 H7 [103-65-1] (2-propyl)-benzene C6 H5 C3 H7 (isopropylbenzene.0×10−1 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] L ? 39 8.0×10−1 1. Bohon and Claussen Hoff et al.R.8×10−2 2.mpch-mainz.3×10−1 1.7×10−1 1.8×10−1 6.2×10−1 1.0×10−1 2. cumene) [98-82-8] 1-ethyl-2-methylbenzene C6 H4 CH3 C2 H5 (o-ethyltoluene) [611-14-3] 1-ethyl-4-methylbenzene C6 H4 CH3 C2 H5 (p-ethyltoluene) [622-96-8] butylbenzene C6 H5 C4 H9 [104-51-8] 2-methylpropylbenzene C6 H5 C4 H9 [538-93-2] sec-butylbenzene C6 H5 C4 H9 [135-98-8] tert-butylbenzene C6 H5 C4 H9 [98-06-6] 1-isopropyl-4-methylbenzene C6 H4 CH3 C3 H7 kH [M/atm] 1.4×10−2 1. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.6×10−1 1.3×10−1 1.4×10−1 2.3×10−1 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Mackay and Shiu [1981] V L V L L .3×10−1 1.2×10−2 8.1×10−1 1.2×10−1 1.5×10−2 8.0×10−2 7. Hartkopf and Karger Yaws and Yang Staudinger and Roberts USEPA Bissonette et al.3×10−1 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al.1×10−1 1.

34 R. [1990] USEPA [1982] Yaws and Yang [1992] ? X X ? 39 3 3 39 3.7×10−1 2.8×10−1 2.9×10−1 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 3.mpch-mainz.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance pentylbenzene C6 H5 C5 H11 hexylbenzene C6 H5 C6 H13 C6 H5 C5 H11 (tert-amylbenzene) ethenylbenzene C8 H8 (styrene) 1-ethenyl-3-methylbenzene C9 H10 (m-methylstyrene) 1-ethenyl-4-methylbenzene C9 H10 (p-methylstyrene) kH [M/atm] 1.5×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 .de/~sander/res/henry.7×10−1 6.mpg.6×10−2 [K] reference Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] type L ? ? note 39 39 5.6×10−1 4800 4200 Yaws and Yang [1992] Bissonette et al.0×10−2 4.

5 3.3-dimethylnaphthalene C12 H12 1.2 1.9×10−2 [K] reference type note terpenes and polynuclear aromatics (C and H only) pinene C10 H16 [127-91-3] naphthalene C10 H8 Karl and Lindinger [1997] M 43 1-methylnaphthalene C10 H7 CH3 2-methylnaphthalene C10 H7 CH3 1-ethylnaphthalene C10 H7 C2 H5 2-ethylnaphthalene C10 H7 C2 H5 1.4 2. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang [1975] [1979] [1979] [1981] [1951] [1992] [1991] [1982] [1981] [1981] [1992] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1981] [1992] V M T L V ? X X L M ? L M ? X L ? L ? ? 39 3 3 39 39 3 39 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] 39 39 2. Mackay and Shiu Bohon and Claussen Yaws and Yang Meylan and Howard USEPA Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.1×10−3 2. Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Bohon and Claussen Yaws and Yang [1979] [1981] [1981] [1951] [1992] M L M V ? 39 .4-dimethylnaphthalene C12 H12 1. Mackay et al.6 1.4 1.1 2.2 1. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 35 substance kH [M/atm] 4.4 3600 1200 1200 Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al.5 5.6 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.de/~sander/res/henry. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.7 2.2 Mackay et al.3 1.3-dimethylnaphthalene C12 H12 2.1×10−3 2.6-dimethylnaphthalene C12 H12 biphenyl (C6 H5 )2 2.7 2.7 1.R.3 3.9 2.1×10−1 2.1 2.3×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2.0 5.7 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 8.5-dimethylnaphthalene C12 H12 2.0 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.mpg.6 3.0 2.mpch-mainz.1 2.9 8.

mpch-mainz. [1992] USEPA [1982] tenHulscher et al.4×101 9.3-cd]pyrene benzo[a]pyrene C20 H12 [50-32-8] benzo[ghi]perylene C22 H12 [191-24-2] 1.mpg. [1992] tenHulscher et al.5×103 1.5×101 2.2.3. [1992] tenHulscher et al.1×102 1.5 3.0×101 8. [1992] tenHulscher et al.36 R.7×10−1 1. [1988] X 3 .2×103 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance acenaphthene C12 H10 [83-32-9] phenanthrene C14 H10 2.de/~sander/res/henry.5×101 2. [1992] tenHulscher et al.1 6.3-benzindene C13 H10 (fluorene) [86-73-7] anthracene C14 H10 [120-12-7] pyrene C16 H10 [129-00-0] fluoranthene C16 H10 [206-44-0] benzo[a]fluoranthene benzo[b]fluoranthene benzo[k]fluoranthene indeno[1. [1992] USEPA [1982] tenHulscher et al.8 4.2.7×103 9.9×103 1.6×101 1.3×101 6.4-tetrahydronaphthalene C10 H12 (tetralin) [119-64-2] kH [M/atm] 1.9×101 2.2×101 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.7×101 1.5 1. Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu USEPA Meylan and Howard Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al. [1992] 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5.6×10−1 2. Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Meylan and Howard USEPA Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu USEPA Meylan and Howard Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Meylan and Howard USEPA Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu [1975] [1979] [1981] [1981] [1982] [1991] [1975] [1979] [1981] [1981] [1991] [1982] [1981] [1981] [1982] [1991] [1975] [1981] [1981] [1991] [1982] [1981] [1981] type V M L M X X V M L M X X L M X X V L M X X L M L X X X X X X X X X note 2800 3 3 4700 3 3 3000 3 3 4000 3 3 6900 5900 1900 5500 5900 3600 110 4700 3200 Mackay and Shiu [1981] tenHulscher et al.4 1.3×10−1 5400 Ashworth et al.2×101 4.0×103 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al.5 1.0×101 5.6×10−1 1.5×101 8.8×101 9.5×101 3.8×101 2.5×10−1 4.2 6.7×103 2.

4×102 1.2×102 1. Burnett Snider and Dawson Snider and Dawson Yaws and Yang Butler et al.4×102 1. Butler et al.3×102 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.6×102 2.1×102 8. H.0×102 1.R.X X M M ? X X M M M C ? M R M ? M M M M C M M V M M M 46 47 48 39 3 3 5200 5600 ethanol C2 H5 OH 47 48 6600 6400 1-propanol C3 H7 OH [71-23-8] 39 3 3 46 7500 39 2-propanol C3 H7 OH (isopropanol) [67-63-0] 1-butanol C4 H9 OH [71-36-3] 7500 39 46 7200 49 2-butanol C4 H10 O (sec-butanol) [78-92-2] 2-methyl-1-propanol C4 H10 O (isobutanol) [78-83-1] 2-methyl-2-propanol C4 H10 O (tert-butanol) [75-65-0] 7300 Butler et al.8×101 1.mpch-mainz.7×102 1.3×102 2.2×102 1. [1935] Snider and Dawson [1985] Koga [1995] M M M 50 . Burnett Timmermans Gaffney and Senum Snider and Dawson Yaws and Yang Schaffer and Daubert Meylan and Howard Butler et al.2×102 5.2×102 1.6×102 1.3×102 1. Hine and Weimar Snider and Dawson Yaws and Yang Butler et al.3×102 1. Buttery et al.2×102 1.4×101 1.8×101 9. [1935] Snider and Dawson [1985] 8.4×101 7.2×102 2.4×102 1.2×102 1. Snider and Dawson [1935] [1963] [1960] [1984] [1985] [1992] [1969] [1991] [1935] [1963] [1960] [1984] [1985] [1973] [1992] [1969] [1991] [1935] [1963] [1985] [1985] [1992] [1935] [1965] [1985] [1992] [1935] [1969] [1963] [1985] [1985] [1979] [1935] [1935] [1985] M M M.2×102 1.9×101 1.X X M ? X X M M M.9×102 2.5×102 2.4×101 9.1×102 1. Burnett Timmermans Gaffney and Senum Snider and Dawson Rohrschneider Yaws and Yang Schaffer and Daubert Meylan and Howard Butler et al. Burnett Snider and Dawson Snider and Dawson Friant and Suffet Butler et al.0×101 see note 8300 Butler et al.1×102 2.mpg.0×102 1.3×102 8.0×102 [K] reference type note alcohols (ROH) (C.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 37 substance kH [M/atm] 2.9×102 2. and O only) methanol CH3 OH Butler et al.6×102 2.5×102 1.3×102 1.de/~sander/res/henry.1×102 1.

4×101 2.9×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 3. Buttery et al.0×101 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 6.mpch-mainz. Hine and Mookerjee Buttery et al.3×101 Butler et al.1×101 4.5×101 5.3-dimethyl-2-butanol C6 H14 O [594-60-5] 1-heptanol C7 H15 OH [110-70-6] 1-octanol C8 H17 OH [111-87-5] kH [M/atm] 7.1×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 2.0×101 6. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1935] Butler et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 1-pentanol C5 H11 OH (amylalcohol) [71-41-0] 2-pentanol C5 H12 O (sec-pentanol) [6032-29-7] 2-methyl-1-butanol C5 H12 O (isopentanol) [137-32-6] 2-methyl-2-butanol C5 H12 O (tert-pentanol) [75-85-4] 2.de/~sander/res/henry. Yaws and Yang [1935] [1975] [1992] [1935] [1975] [1969] [1992] V V ? V V M ? 39 39 .0×101 Butler et al.2×101 4.6×101 4.8×101 [K] reference Butler et al.0×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 5. Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang Butler et al.9×101 8. Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee [1935] [1969] [1975] [1992] [1975] V M V ? V 39 3.5×101 5.2×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 2. [1935] Yaws and Yang [1992] Butler et al.1×101 Butler et al. [1935] type M V ? M note 39 7.38 R. [1935] M 5.3×101 5.9×101 6. [1935] M 7.4×101 8.mpg.2-dimethyl-1-propanol C5 H12 O [75-84-3] 1-hexanol C6 H13 OH [111-27-3] 3-hexanol C6 H14 O [623-37-0] 2-methyl-2-pentanol C6 H14 O [590-36-3] 4-methyl-2-pentanol C6 H14 O [108-11-2] 2-methyl-3-pentanol C6 H14 O [565-67-3] 2.3×101 Butler et al.2×101 6.7×101 7.

1×101 [K] reference Yaws and Yang [1992] type ? note 39 3.0×102 1.2×103 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 9.0×102 4.8×102 2.2×101 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39.1×101 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 3.5×101 Iraci et al. Yaws and Yang Meylan and Howard USEPA Saxena and Hildemann [1957] [1992] [1991] [1982] [1996] X ? X X E 53 39 3 3 51 6.7×102 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 2.de/~sander/res/henry. [1998] M 49 .R.0×105 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 6.9×105 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 3.mpg.0×102 7200 Pierotti et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 39 substance 1-nonanol C9 H19 OH 1-decanol C10 H21 OH 1-dodecanol C12 H25 OH 1-tetradecanol C14 H29 OH 1-pentadecanol C15 H31 OH 1-hexadecanol C16 H33 OH 1-heptadecanol C17 H35 OH 1-octadecanol C18 H37 OH cyclohexanol C6 H11 OH [108-93-0] 2-propen-1-ol C3 H5 OH (allyl alcohol) [107-18-6] 2-buten-1-ol CH3 CHCHCH2 OH 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol [115-18-4] kH [M/atm] 6.0×101 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.7×101 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.4×102 3. 52 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.mpch-mainz.

1×103 5. USEPA [1984] [1972] [1992] [1991] [1986] [1988] [1982] X M ? X X X X 48 56 39.0×103 2.9×103 1.1×102 7200 4600 -3300 6600 Gaffney and Senum Parsons et al.0×102 7700 Parsons et al. Janini and Quaddora Meylan and Howard USEPA Tremp et al.3×102 7300 4600 7700 Gaffney and Senum Parsons et al.6×103 9.3×102 1.mpg.0×103 [K] reference Hine and Weimar Gaffney and Senum Parsons et al. o-cresol) [95-48-7] 1-hydroxy-3-methylbenzene HOC6 H4 CH3 (3-cresol.40 R.9×102 3.3×102 1. Howe et al.9×103 7.3×102 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. 8 3 3 39. m-cresol) [108-39-4] 1-hydroxy-4-methylbenzene HOC6 H4 CH3 (4-cresol.4-dimethylphenol) [105-67-9] kH [M/atm] 4.8 51 9.de/~sander/res/henry. 8 3 3 3 3 .9×10−1 4. p-cresol) [106-44-5] 1. Yaws and Yang Janini and Quaddora Meylan and Howard Yaws and Yang Janini and Quaddora [1984] [1972] [1992] [1986] [1991] [1992] [1986] X M ? X X ? X 48 56 39. Yaws and Yang Meylan and Howard Janini and Quaddora Ashworth et al.3×103 2. 8 3 1.3×102 8.8×10−2 1.3-dimethyl-4-hydroxybenzene C8 H10 O (2.4×103 6. [1972] M 56 8.mpch-mainz.5×103 1.6×102 8.9×102 3.2×103 2.0×103 1. Saxena and Hildemann [1965] [1984] [1971] [1987] [1986] [1991] [1982] [1993] [1996] type R X M X X X X X E note 6800 3600 7300 48 54 11 3 3 3 55.0×103 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance hydroxybenzene C6 H5 OH (phenol) (hydroxymethyl)benzene C6 H5 CH2 OH (benzyl alcohol) [100-51-6] 4-tert-butylphenol (CH3 )3 CC6 H4 OH 1-hydroxy-2-methylbenzene HOC6 H4 CH3 (2-cresol.

0×106 9.5-pentanediol C5 H12 O2 2.0×106 [K] reference type note polyols (R(OH)n ) (C.6-hexanediol C6 H14 O2 Butler and Ramchandani [1935] Bone et al.mpch-mainz.0×106 Butler and Ramchandani [1935] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] M E E E 57 51 51 51 > 1. and O only) 1.4-pentanediol C5 H12 O2 1.2-propanediol C3 H8 O2 1.3-propanetriol C3 H8 O3 (glycerol) 1.0×105 < 6.3-butanediol C4 H10 O2 1.0×105 < 5.0×106 3. [1983] E E M 51 51 8 6.2×105 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Bone et al. [1983] M M 57 8 > 1.0×1011 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.4.0×108 < 4.0×1011 5.3-butanetriol C4 H10 O3 1.2.4-tetrahydroxy butane C4 H10 O4 1.2.0×1020 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3.2.3-propanediol C3 H8 O2 1.2.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3.2.3-pentanediol C5 H12 O2 2.3-butanediol C4 H10 O2 1.4-butanediol C4 H10 O2 2.mpg.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 .0×104 > 6.5-pentahydroxy pentane C5 H12 O5 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.7×104 4.0×106 > 4.0×1016 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 4. H.0×1011 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E E E E E 51 51 51 51 51 3.0×104 < 4.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 9.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3.3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 41 substance kH [M/atm] 1.R.de/~sander/res/henry.2-ethanediol HO(CH2 )2 OH (ethylene glycol) [107-21-1] 1.3.4-butanetriol C4 H10 O3 1.

3.3-pentanediol C6 H14 O2 2-methyl-2.2.5.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.3-propanediol C7 H16 O2 2-ethyl-1.4.mpg.6-hexahydroxy cyclohexane C6 H12 O6 1.4.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 2.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.0×1026 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.5.4.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.0×1011 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 4.3.0×1020 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3.2.0×1020 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 5.3-diethyl-1.4.2.2.0×1025 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 .7-heptanediol C7 H16 O2 2.de/~sander/res/henry.4-pentanediol C6 H14 O2 1.2.3.0×1025 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 4.5-tetrahydroxy cyclohexane C6 H12 O4 1.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 5.5-hexanediol C6 H14 O2 2-methyl-1.7-pentahydroxy heptane C7 H16 O5 1.6-hexanetriol C6 H14 O3 1.5-pentahydroxy heptane C7 H16 O5 1.2.0×1016 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 1.4.6-pentahydroxy heptane C7 H16 O5 1.3-hexanediol C8 H18 O2 1.6-hexahydroxy hexane C6 H14 O6 1.3.2.5.0×106 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.6-hexahydroxy heptane C7 H16 O6 kH [M/atm] 2.4.2.mpch-mainz.42 R.0×1020 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 4.0×106 [K] reference Saxena and Hildemann [1996] type E note 51 3.5.4-heptanediol C7 H16 O2 2.3.

3×106 6300 USEPA [1982] X 3 2.6×107 1. [1995] type V note 8.de/~sander/res/henry.6×106 4.5×107 Meylan and Howard [1991] Meylan and Howard [1991] Mackay et al. [1995] X X V 58 58 peroxides (ROOH) and peroxy radicals (ROO) (C.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 43 substance 1.7×106 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. and O only) 3.2-dihydroxybenzene C6 H4 (OH)2 (pyrocatechol) [120-80-9] 1. [1996] Staffelbach and Kok [1993] Zhou and Lee [1992] Staffelbach and Kok [1993] Zhou and Lee [1992] M M M M M 8400 6.1×102 5300 5200 Lind and Kok [1994] O’Sullivan et al.7×107 2.6×103 [K] reference Mackay et al.0×103 < 0.4-dihydroxybenzene C6 H4 (OH)2 (hydroquinone) [123-31-9] methyl hydroperoxide CH3 OOH (methylperoxide) [3031-73-0] ethyl hydroperoxide C2 H5 OOH (ethylperoxide) hydroxymethyl hydroperoxide HOCH2 OOH (HMHP. H.mpg.mpch-mainz.0 2. [1996] M M 9 3.HMP) [15932-89-5] bis(hydroxymethyl)peroxide HOCH2 OOCH2 OH (BHMP) [17088-73-2] methylperoxy radical CH3 OO peroxyacetyl radical CH3 C(O)O2 [36709-10-1] kH [M/atm] 4. [1996] E E M 59 60 .0×102 3.4×102 6000 O’Sullivan et al.1 5600 6600 Jacob [1986] Lelieveld and Crutzen [1991] Villalta et al. [1996] M 1.R.0×107 4.3-dihydroxybenzene C6 H4 (OH)2 (resorcinol) [108-46-3] 1.5×105 9700 10000 1500 O’Sullivan et al.8×105 >1.

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kH [M/atm] see note 6.0×103 7.0×103 see note 6.3×103 3.0×103 1.4×104 3.1×103 3.0×103 3.2×103 1.5×101 1.5×101 1.3×101 1.1×101 1.7×101 1.3×101 1.5×101 9.9 1.7×101 1.7 1.4×101 1.3×101 1.3×101 1.3×101 2.8 5.3 9.6 8.7 5.5 6.4 6.8 4.4 4.9 4.7 1.9 3.3 3.7 2.3 2.1 1.9 2.1×102 1.0 1.3 7.0×10−1 6.1×10−1

[K]

reference

type

note

aldehydes (RCHO) (C, H, and O only)
methanal HCHO (formaldehyde) [50-50-0] Ledbury and Blair Gaffney and Senum Chameides Dong and Dasgupta Seinfeld Betterton and Hoffmann Warneck Zhou and Mopper M¨ller and Mauersberger o Staudinger and Roberts Buttery et al. Gaffney and Senum Snider and Dawson Betterton and Hoffmann Zhou and Mopper Benkelberg et al. Pierotti et al. Yaws and Yang USEPA Janini and Quaddora Staudinger and Roberts Buttery et al. Snider and Dawson Zhou and Mopper Janini and Quaddora Schaffer and Daubert Zhou and Mopper Buttery et al. Janini and Quaddora [1925] [1984] [1984] [1986] [1986] [1988] [1988] [1990] [1992] [1996] [1969] [1984] [1985] [1988] [1990] [1995] [1957] [1992] [1982] [1986] [1996] [1969] [1985] [1990] [1986] [1969] [1990] [1969] [1986] M X T M ? M C M c L M X M M M M X ? X X L M C M X X M M X M M ? M M ? M M ? M M ? M M ? M 61 48 62 13 63 64

6400

7200 6500 7200 6800

ethanal CH3 CHO (acetaldehyde) [75-07-0]

48 63 64 65 39 3 3

5800 6300 5000 5700

4700 4500 5600

propanal C2 H5 CHO (propionaldehyde) [123-38-6] butanal C3 H7 CHO (butyraldehyde) [123-72-8] pentanal C4 H9 CHO (valeraldehyde) [110-62-3] hexanal C5 H11 CHO heptanal C6 H13 CHO octanal C7 H15 CHO nonanal C8 H17 CHO decanal C9 H19 CHO

5700 2400 5600 6200 4000 6300

64 3 3 64 3 64 39, 49 64 39, 49 64 39, 49 64 39, 49 64 39, 49 64

Zhou and Mopper [1990] Buttery et al. [1969] Yaws and Yang [1992] Zhou and Mopper Buttery et al. Yaws and Yang Zhou and Mopper Buttery et al. Yaws and Yang Zhou and Mopper Buttery et al. Yaws and Yang Zhou and Mopper Buttery et al. Yaws and Yang Zhou and Mopper [1990] [1969] [1992] [1990] [1969] [1992] [1990] [1969] [1992] [1990] [1969] [1992] [1990]

6500

7500

7400

6700

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substance propenal CH2 CHCHO (acrolein) [107-02-8] 2-methylpropenal C4 H6 O (methacrolein) [78-85-3] trans-2-butenal CH3 CHCHCHO (crotonaldehyde) trans-2-hexenal C3 H7 CHCHCHO trans-trans-2,4-hexadienal CH3 CHCHCHCHCHO trans-2-octenal C5 H11 CHCHCHO benzaldehyde C6 H5 CHO [100-52-7]

kH [M/atm] 8.2 7.4 1.0×101 8.2 4.3 6.5

[K] 5100 3800 5300

reference Gaffney and Senum Snider and Dawson USEPA Meylan and Howard Allen et al. Iraci et al. [1984] [1985] [1982] [1991] [1998] [1998]

type X M X X E M

note 48 3 3

5.2×101 5.1×101 5.1×101 6.0×101 2.0×101

3600

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[1971] [1984] [1991] [1982] [1971]

M X X X M

48 3 3

1.0×102

Buttery et al. [1971]

M

1.3×101 see note 3.6×101 3.6×101 3.7×101 4.2×101 3.9×101 3.5×101 4.0×105

Buttery et al. [1971] see note Hine and Mookerjee Gaffney and Senum Betterton and Hoffmann Zhou and Mopper Staudinger and Roberts Allen et al. Gaffney and Senum [1975] [1984] [1988] [1990] [1996] [1998] [1984]

M ? V X M M L E X

66

5100 4600 4800 7000

48 63 64

3-hydroxybenzaldehyde C6 H4 (OH)CHO (3-formylphenol) 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde C6 H4 (OH)CHO (4-formylphenol) generic aldehyde RCHO ethanedial OHCCHO (glyoxal)

48

1.9×106

8600

Parsons et al. [1971]

M

54

4.2×103

Graedel and Goldberg [1983]

C

>3.0×105 3.6×105

Betterton and Hoffmann [1988] Zhou and Mopper [1990]

M M

63

46

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kH [M/atm] 3.0×101 2.8×101 3.1 2.5×101 3.0×101 2.6×101 3.5×101 3.2×101 2.7×101 2.5×101 2.5×101 2.7×101 2.3×101 2.2×101 3.0 3.0×101 7.1 1.8×101 2.1×101 7.7 2.0×101 4.1. . . 7.7 1.8×101 1.9×101 1.7×101 1.0×101 2.0×101 6.9 7.2 1.6×101 1.2×101 9.2 2.0×101

[K]

reference

type

note

ketones (RCOR) (C, H, and O only)
propanone CH3 COCH3 (acetone) [67-64-1] Butler and Ramchandani Burnett Hine and Weimar Buttery et al. Gaffney and Senum Snider and Dawson Zhou and Mopper Betterton Benkelberg et al. Vitenberg et al. Vitenberg et al. Hoff et al. Yaws and Yang Schaffer and Daubert Janini and Quaddora Staudinger and Roberts Hine and Weimar Snider and Dawson Buttery et al. Ashworth et al. Zhou and Mopper Howe et al. Vitenberg et al. Rohrschneider Vitenberg et al. Friant and Suffet Staudinger and Roberts Ashworth et al. Janini and Quaddora Buttery et al. Meylan and Howard Janini and Quaddora Janini and Quaddora [1935] [1963] [1965] [1969] [1984] [1985] [1990] [1991] [1995] [1975] [1974] [1993] [1992] [1969] [1986] [1996] [1965] [1985] [1969] [1988] [1990] [1987] [1975] [1973] [1974] [1979] [1996] [1988] [1986] [1969] [1991] [1986] [1986] R M R M X M M M M M X M ? X X L R M M X M X M M X M L X X M X X X

48 64

4800 3800 5800 5300

67 39 3 3

5000 3300 4600 5700

2-butanone C2 H5 COCH3 (methyl ethyl ketone, MEK) [78-93-3]

5000

68 64 11

67 49 3 3 3 3 3

5000 -5200 5800

2-pentanone C3 H7 COCH3 [107-87-9] 3-pentanone C2 H5 COC2 H5 2-heptanone C5 H11 COCH3 [110-43-0]

4600 9200

7.0 3.5×101 6.3

4500

Buttery et al. [1969] Janini and Quaddora [1986] Meylan and Howard [1991]

M X X

3 3

[1998] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Betterton [1991] Allen et al. . Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.R. [1969] M 1.6.5-trimethyl-2-cyclohexen-1-one C9 H14 O (isophorone) [78-59-1] 2. MIBK) [108-10-1] 3-buten-2-one C4 H6 O (methyl vinyl ketone. dimethylglycol) kH [M/atm] 5.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 47 substance 2-octanone C6 H13 COCH3 2-nonanone C7 H15 COCH3 2-undecanone C9 H19 COCH3 4-methyl-2-pentanone (CH3 )2 CHCH2 COCH3 (methyl isobutyl ketone.4×101 4. . [1969] type M note 2.4×101 5700 Gaffney and Senum [1984] Snider and Dawson [1985] Betterton [1991] X M M 48 .1×101 9.7×102 7800 Allen et al.6 Buttery et al.2 2.4×101 1. [1988] X X 11 3 2. 5.7 Buttery et al.5.1×102 9.mpg.7×101 7. [1969] M 2.mpch-mainz.4 [K] reference Buttery et al.de/~sander/res/henry.1×101 4.2 170 Howe et al. MVK) [78-94-4] 1-phenylethanone C6 H5 COCH3 (acetophenone) [98-86-2] 3.3-butanedione CH3 COCOCH3 (biacetyl. [1998] Betterton [1991] Iraci et al.9×102 5. [1987] Ashworth et al.8×101 1. [1998] USEPA [1982] E ? M V M E X 3 6000 12000 3900 1.

6×103 4.8×103 9.2×103 5.6×103 3.1×103 2. Yaws and Yang Staudinger and Roberts Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Gaffney and Senum Keene and Galloway Winiwarter et al. Keene et al.mpch-mainz.7×103 1.9×103 4.48 R.5×103 5.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 6.2×103 2.4×103 8. Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Khan et al. [1991] Khan et al.0×104 8.2×103 8.7×103 5.3×103 5. and O only) methanoic acid HCOOH (formic acid) [64-18-6] 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 Gaffney and Senum Chameides Jacob Keene and Galloway Winiwarter et al. H.de/~sander/res/henry.3×103 2.2×103 6.1×103 5. Yaws and Yang Staudinger and Roberts USEPA Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Servant et al.7×103 3. Keene et al.0×103 3. Johnson et al.5×103 5. [1984] [1984] [1986] [1986] [1988] [1989] [1991] [1991] [1990] [1995] [1995] [1995] [1996] [1996] [1992] [1996] [1935] [1975] [1984] [1986] [1988] [1989] [1991] [1995] [1995] [1995] [1996] [1996] [1992] [1996] [1982] [1935] [1975] [1991] [1995] [1935] [1975] [1995] X T C T T C C M X C M C M C ? ? c ? X T T T M M C C M C ? ? X M ? M M M ? M M M M ? 48 69 11 6100 5700 39 70 ethanoic acid CH3 COOH (acetic acid) [64-19-7] 48 6400 6400 69 6300 6300 4900 39 70 3 propanoic acid C2 H5 COOH (propionic acid) [79-09-4] butanoic acid C3 H7 COOH (butyric acid) [107-92-6] 2-methyl propanoic acid (CH3 )2 CHCOOH pentanoic acid C4 H9 COOH [109-52-4] 69 Servant et al.mpg.6×103 5.8×103 8.5×103 9.7×103 5.9×103 1. Khan et al. Johnson Keene et al.4×103 3. Servant et al. Pandis and Seinfeld Lelieveld and Crutzen Servant et al.2×103 9.7×103 1.2×103 3 [K] reference type note carboxylic acids (RCOOH) and peroxy carboxylic acids (RCOOOH) (C.3×102 5.3×104 7.2×103 5. Khan et al.2×103 8.7×103 1.4×103 3.9×103 5. Keene et al. Johnson et al. [1995] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] 69 70 . Johnson et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.0×102 5.3×103 1. Khan et al.8×102 2.5×10 3. Jacob et al. Johnson et al. [1995] 6583 6900 Khan et al.

4×104 1.2×103 2.R.4×104 7.4×103 1.mpch-mainz. [1995] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Yaws and Yang [1992] M ? ? 70 39 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 49 substance 3-methyl butanoic acid (CH3 )2 CHCH2 COOH 2.0×108 6500 Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Gaffney and Senum [1984] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] ? X X E 39 3 48 51 4.mpg.0×108 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.8×107 11000 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] USEPA [1982] E X 51 3 1.0×106 5.0×109 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 6.0×108 1. [1995] type M note 3.2×103 [K] reference Khan et al.6×103 Khan et al.4×103 6304 5900 Khan et al. [1995] M 1.7×102 8.0×108 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3. [1996] M M 9 . Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.0×108 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2. [1992] M 2.5×102 Khan et al.de/~sander/res/henry.4×102 5900 5300 Lind and Kok [1994] O’Sullivan et al.2-dimethyl propanoic acid (CH3 )3 CCOOH hexanoic acid C5 H11 COOH [142-62-1] propenoic acid C3 H4 O2 (acrylic acid) [79-10-7] 2-Methyl-2-propenoic acid C4 H6 O2 (methacrylic acid) [79-41-4] benzoic acid C6 H5 COOH ethanedioic acid HOOCCOOH (oxalic acid) propanedioic acid HOOCCH2 COOH (malonic acid) butanedioic acid HOOC(CH2 )2 COOH (succinic acid) pentanedioic acid HOOC(CH2 )3 COOH (glutaric acid) hexanedioic acid HOOC(CH2 )4 COOH (adipic acid) cis-butenedioic acid HOOC(CH)2 COOH (maleic acid) ethanoic peroxyacid CH3 COOOH (peroxyacetic acid) kH [M/atm] 1.

1×10−1 Krop et al.de/~sander/res/henry.0×10−1 Krop et al.3 Buttery et al. [1969] M 2.mpg.5 4. [1975] [1992] [1993] [1973] [1935] [1979] [1969] ? ? M M M M M V M 71 71 3800 5000 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Buttery et al. Hartkopf and Karger Butler and Ramchandani Kieckbusch and King Buttery et al.7×10−1 Krop et al. [1969] 4.8 8.7 Buttery et al.8 [K] reference type note esters (RCOOR) (C.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 4.mpch-mainz.50 R.1 Buttery et al.2 5. [1997] V .5 4.4 Krop et al.1×101 7.1 1. [1997] V 3. and O only) methyl methanoate HCOOCH3 (methyl formate) methyl ethanoate CH3 COOCH3 (methyl acetate) methyl propanoate C2 H5 COOCH3 (methyl propionate) methyl butanoate C3 H7 COOCH3 (methyl butyrate) methyl pentanoate C4 H9 COOCH3 methyl hexanoate C5 H11 COOCH3 methyl octanoate C6 H13 COOCH3 methyl decanoate C11 H22 O2 (methyl caprate) [110-42-9] methyl dodecanoate C13 H26 O2 (methyl laurate) [111-82-0] methyl tetradecanoate C15 H30 O2 (methyl myristate) [124-10-7] methyl hexadecanoate C17 H34 O2 (methyl palmitate) [112-39-0] methyl octadecanoate C19 H38 O2 (methyl stearate) [112-61-8] Hine and Mookerjee Betterton Hoff et al. [1969] M 3. [1997] V 1. [1969] M 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1997] V 8.1 4. H.7 6. [1969] M 1.4×10−1 Krop et al. [1997] V 5.8 Buttery et al.

3 Krop et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 51 substance methyl arachidate methyl behenate (Z. [1997] V 5. [1993] Hartkopf and Karger [1973] Butler and Ramchandani Kieckbusch and King Hoff et al.6 1.mpg. [1997] V 5.5 4.15-octadecatrienoic acid methyl ester C19 H32 O2 (methyl linolenate) [301-00-8] (Z.R.9 9.9 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V .3×10−1 Krop et al.8×101 [K] reference Krop et al.Z)-9.Z)-9.0×10−1 6. [1997] V 1.6×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 3.12-octadecadienoic acid methyl ester C19 H34 O2 (methyl linolate) [112-63-0] (Z)-9-octadecenoic acid methyl ester C19 H36 O2 (methyl oleate) [112-62-9] (Z)-13-docosenoic acid methyl ester C23 H44 O2 (methyl erucate) [1120-34-9] methyl benzoate C6 H5 COOCH3 ethyl methanoate HCOOC2 H5 (ethyl formate) ethyl ethanoate CH3 COOC2 H5 (ethyl acetate) kH [M/atm] 1.12.Z.4×10−1 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 2. [1997] Krop et al.6 5.mpch-mainz. [1997] Krop et al.6 4300 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Hoff et al.0×10−1 7. [1997] type V V V note 6.7 6.0 4.de/~sander/res/henry.3 Krop et al.0×10−2 2. Janini and Quaddora Meylan and Howard Hine and Mookerjee [1935] [1979] [1993] [1986] [1991] [1975] V ? M M M ? X X V 13 5300 5700 13 3 3 ethyl propanoate C2 H5 COOC2 H5 (ethyl propionate) ethyl butanoate C3 H7 COOC2 H5 (ethyl butyrate) ethyl pentanoate C4 H9 COOC2 H5 2.

6 5500 6000 Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Kieckbusch and King Janini and Quaddora Meylan and Howard Hine and Mookerjee [1935] [1975] [1979] [1986] [1991] [1975] V V M X X V 3 3 1.2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 3.7 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V butyl dodecanoate C16 H32 O2 (butyl laurate) [106-18-3] 3. [1997] V 2. [1997] V 1.4 4.mpch-mainz.0 4.1 7.7 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V propyl propanoate C2 H5 COOC3 H7 (propyl propionate) propyl butanoate C3 H7 COOC3 H7 (propyl butyrate) propyl dodecanoate C15 H30 O2 (propyl laurate) [3681-78-5] isopropyl methanoate HCOOC3 H7 (isopropyl formate) isopropyl ethanoate CH3 COOC3 H7 (isopropyl acetate) isopropyl propanoate C2 H5 COOC3 H7 (isopropyl propionate) butyl ethanoate CH3 COOC4 H9 (butyl acetate) 5. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8×10−1 Krop et al.8×10−1 Krop et al.6 3.6 4.5 2.5 3.52 R.0 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] type V note 7.5 2.9 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 7.0 3.de/~sander/res/henry.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance ethyl heptanoate C6 H13 COOC2 H5 ethyl dodecanoate C14 H28 O2 (ethyl laurate) [106-33-2] propyl methanoate HCOOC3 H7 (propyl formate) propyl ethanoate CH3 COOC3 H7 (propyl acetate) kH [M/atm] 2.2×10−1 6000 7500 3200 Hine and Mookerjee Kieckbusch and King Meylan and Howard Janini and Quaddora USEPA Krop et al.mpg. [1975] [1979] [1991] [1986] [1982] [1997] V M X X X V 3 3 3 .0 5.6 2.9 5500 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Janini and Quaddora [1986] V X 3 1.

html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 53 substance 2-methylpropyl methanoate HCOOC4 H9 (isobutyl formate) 2-methylpropyl ethanoate CH3 COOC4 H9 (isobutyl acetate) [110-19-0] pentyl ethanoate CH3 COOC5 H11 (amyyl acetate) pentyl propanoate C2 H5 COOC5 H11 (amyyl propionate) isopentyl methanoate HCOOC5 H11 (isoamyyl formate) isopentyl ethanoate CH3 COOC5 H11 (isoamyyl acetate) hexyl ethanoate CH3 COOC6 H13 (hexyl acetate) 2-ethylhexyl dodecanoate (2-ethylhexyl laurate) ethenyl ethanoate CH3 COOCHCH2 (vinyl acetate) dimethyl phthalate C10 H10 O4 [131-11-3] diethyl phthalate C12 H14 O4 [84-66-2] kH [M/atm] 1.4 5000 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] USEPA [1982] V X 3 1.mpg.1×10−1 Krop et al.0×103 5700 USEPA [1982] X 3 1.de/~sander/res/henry.7 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] type V note 2.mpch-mainz.5 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 1.R. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.7 2600 USEPA [1982] X 3 3.2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 2.6 2.9 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 3. [1997] V 1.8 6500 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Kieckbusch and King [1979] V M 1.7 2.2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 1.2×103 5600 USEPA [1982] X 3 .

0 9. Lamarche and Droste Hine and Mookerjee [1935] [1965] [1969] [1994] [1993] [1989] [1975] V V M M ? X V 13 3 1.7×10−1 2.7×10−1 7700 Guthrie [1973] Robbins et al. [1935] [1975] [1993] [1973] [1992] [1965] [1975] [1994] [1992] [1957] V M V V V V ? M ? V V M ? X 13 39 8900 diisopropyl ether C3 H7 OC3 H7 dibutyl ether C4 H9 OC4 H9 methoxybenzene C6 H5 OCH3 (anisole) [100-66-3] 39 53 2.4×10−1 2.1 8.54 R.4×10−1 Hine and Weimar [1965] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] R V .7×10−1 8. Yaws and Yang Pierotti et al.1 1. H. Hoff et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 9.7 1.mpg.9×10−2 1.9×10−1 6.6 8. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×10−1 9.8×10−1 2.0×10−1 1. Hartkopf and Karger Yaws and Yang Hine and Weimar Hine and Mookerjee Nielsen et al.8×10−1 1.9×10−1 1.9×10−1 1.8×10−1 5300 Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Weimar Signer et al.0×10−1 4.2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 1.2 7.3×10−1 4. and O only) dimethyl ether CH3 OCH3 ethyl methyl ether C2 H5 OCH3 diethyl ether C2 H5 OC2 H5 Hine and Weimar [1965] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] R V E 51 methyl propyl ether CH3 OC3 H7 methyl 2-propyl ether CH3 OC3 H7 methyl tert-butyl ether CH3 OC(CH3 )3 ethyl propyl ether C2 H5 OC3 H7 dipropyl ether C3 H7 OC3 H7 1.9×10−1 2.8×10−1 7. Nielsen et al.mpch-mainz.0×10−1 [K] reference type note ethers (ROR) (C.de/~sander/res/henry.9×10−1 5. [1993] Butler and Ramchandani [1935] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Butler and Ramchandani Hine and Mookerjee Hoff et al.

5×101 Guthrie [1973] V 2.1×104 4600 Betterton and Hoffmann [1988] M 63 9. [1995] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Khan et al.1.0×101 Guthrie [1973] V 1. H.0×109 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 9.1×105 5100 5200 Khan et al.8-diol HO(CH2 CH2 O)3 H (triethylene glycol) [112-27-6] propanonal CH3 COCHO (methylglyoxal.g. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8 Pierotti et al.1-diethoxyethane (C2 H5 O)2 CHCH3 1.2×10−2 -870 Ashworth et al.7×103 3. e. [1988] X 3 5.2-diethoxyethane C2 H5 OC2 H4 OC2 H5 1.3 [K] 3500 reference type note miscellaneous.de/~sander/res/henry.1×105 3. pyruvaldehyde) 2-hydroxyethanal HOCH2 CHO (hydroxyacetaldehyde) oxoethanoic acid OHCCOOH (glyoxylic acid) [298-12-4] 2-oxopropanoic acid CH3 COCOOH (pyruvic acid) USEPA [1982] X 3 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 55 substance kH [M/atm] 5. multiple functional groups (C.R.mpch-mainz.6-dioxaoctane-1.6×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 6. [1957] X 53 7.0×103 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3.0×1011 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 3.2×104 7500 Betterton and Hoffmann [1988] Zhou and Mopper [1990] M M 63 4.0×105 3.0×101 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 1.mpg. and O only) 1. [1992] M ? M 70 .5-diol HO(CH2 )2 O(CH2 )2 OH (diethylene glycol) [111-46-6] 3.1-trimethoxyethane CH3 C(OCH3 )3 3-oxapentane-1.2-epoxypropane C3 H6 O (propyleneoxide) [75-56-9] 2-methoxyethanol C3 H8 O2 [109-86-4] dimethoxymethane CH3 OCH2 OCH3 trimethoxymethane HC(OCH3 )3 1.

[1971a] M 5. [1971a] Signer et al. furfuran) [110-00-9] tetrahydrofurane C4 H8 O (THF) 2-methyltetrahydrofurane CH3 C4 H7 O 2.0×101 4800 Cabani et al.de/~sander/res/henry.2×102 2.4×102 2.0×103 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 1. [1971a] M 8.0×1013 7400 Sagebiel et al.0×103 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 4.8×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.0 5900 Cabani et al. [1971a] M 4.1×101 6200 Cabani et al.0×102 1.3-dioxolane C3 H6 O2 1. [1992] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] X E 3 51 .4×101 2.1×102 2.0×103 [K] reference Saxena and Hildemann [1996] type E note 51 5. [1969] M M 1.3-dimethoxy-2-hydroxybenzene C8 H10 O3 (2. [1971a] Rohrschneider [1973] Friant and Suffet [1979] Cabani et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.2×101 5700 Cabani et al. [1971a] M 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 3-oxopropanoic acid OHCCH2 COOH 4-oxobutanoic acid OHC(CH2 )2 COOH 5-oxopentanoic acid OHC(CH2 )3 COOH oxacyclopentadiene C4 H4 O (furan.2×102 1.1×102 7500 Sagebiel et al.mpg. [1971a] Yaws and Yang [1992] Sagebiel et al.7 6800 Cabani et al.9×103 5800 6700 Cabani et al.6-dimethoxyphenol) [91-10-1] 1-hydroxy-2-methoxybenzene C7 H8 O2 (guaicol) [90-05-1] 4-methyl-2-methoxyphenol hydroxybutanedioic acid HOOCCH2 CHOHCOOH (malic acid) 2.56 R. [1992] X 3 7.4×102 4.mpch-mainz.5-dimethyltetrahydrofurane (CH3 )2 C4 H6 O tetrahydropyran C5 H10 O (THP) 1. [1992] X M M M ? X 11 49 39 3 9.4-dioxane C4 H8 O2 (dioxane) kH [M/atm] 7.

de/~sander/res/henry.5×10−2 3. Durham et al.0×1018 [K] reference Saxena and Hildemann [1996] type E note 51 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 57 substance 2-hydroxy-1.9×10−4 8.2×10−4 9.5×10−2 3.5×10−4 9.4×10−2 3.4×10−2 3.0×109 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 7.4×10−2 3.0×107 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 1. Dean Lide and Frederikse Yaws and Yang Morgan and Maass Sillen and Martell Wilhelm et al.5×10−2 4.1×10−2 3.4×10−2 3.4×10−2 3.mpg.3-dihydroxybutanedioic acid HOOCCHOHCHOHCOOH (tartaric acid) [87-69-4] 2.5×10−4 9.4×10−2 3.0×1018 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 2.3-propanetricarboxylic acid C6 H8 O7 (citric acid) [77-92-9] 2-oxopentanedioic acid HOOC(CH2 )2 COCOOH (α-keto glutaric acid) [328-50-7] 2-hydroxypropanoic acid CH3 CHOHCOOH (lactic acid) 2. [1974] [1974] [1977] [1992] [1995] [1992] [1931] [1964] [1977] [1978] [1981] [1984] [1984] [1986] [1989] [1991] [1991] [1992] [1995] [1992] [1980] [1997] M c L ? L ? M X L L C T ? C C C L ? L ? X M 2 39 1 4 2 39 3 .7×10−4 3. Edwards et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.0×1010 Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E 51 carbon dioxide CO2 7.4×10−2 3.4×10−2 3.6×10−2 1300 1600 1300 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2300 2600 2400 2400 2200 Meadows and Spedding Liss and Slater Wilhelm et al.2.R.5×10−2 3. Chameides Hoffmann and Jacob Jacob Pandis and Seinfeld Lelieveld and Crutzen Carroll et al.mpch-mainz.4×10−3 8. Dean Lide and Frederikse Yaws and Yang Kavanaugh and Trussell Zheng et al.3-dihydroxypropanal C3 H6 O3 (glyceraldehyde) carbon monoxide CO kH [M/atm] 3.2×10−2 3.4×10−2 3.

and N only) methylamine CH3 NH2 ethylamine C2 H5 NH2 [75-04-7] propylamine C3 H7 NH2 [107-10-8] butylamine C4 H9 NH2 [109-73-9] pentylamine C5 H11 NH2 hexylamine C6 H13 NH2 dimethylamine (CH3 )2 NH [124-40-3] diethylamine (C2 H5 )2 NH [109-89-7] dipropylamine (C3 H7 )2 NH dibutylamine (C4 H9 )2 NH trimethylamine (CH3 )3 N [75-50-3] triethylamine (C2 H5 )3 N ethylenediamine H2 NCH2 CH2 NH2 hexamethyleneimine (CH2 )6 NH ethanolamine HOC2 H4 NH2 [141-43-5] Wilhelm et al.8×101 4.1×101 5. [1983] M 8 .0×102 3.de/~sander/res/henry.mpg.9×105 Westheimer and Ingraham [1956] M 1.7×101 3. H. Christie and Crisp Butler and Ramchandani Christie and Crisp [1977] [1967] [1983] [1935] [1977] [1967] [1935] [1967] L M ? M L M M M M M M 12 3600 Butler and Ramchandani [1935] Christie and Crisp [1967] Christie and Crisp [1967] 3.9×101 see note 1.7×101 6. [1977] Christie and Crisp [1967] Christie and Crisp [1967] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Meylan and Howard [1991] Christie and Crisp [1967] see note Christie and Crisp [1967] L M M ? X X M ? M 10000 39 3 3 66 9.0×101 6.mpch-mainz.9×101 1.1×101 4000 Wilhelm et al.7×101 Christie and Crisp [1967] M 3.4×102 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 3.5×101 1.58 R.7 Christie and Crisp [1967] M 5.0×101 1.6×101 5.9×101 1.6 Christie and Crisp [1967] M 6.1×101 8. Christie and Crisp Bone et al.1×101 [K] 2600 reference type note compounds with nitrogen: amines (RNH2 ) (C. O. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×101 8.6×101 9.6×102 8200 Cabani et al. [1971b] M 6. Butler and Ramchandani Wilhelm et al.3×102 3.2×106 Bone et al.

3×102 6400 Yaws and Yang [1992] Andon et al. [1954] M . [1971b] M 2.0×1017 6. [1954] M ? ? M 39 39 6400 5.0×102 5900 Andon et al. [1954] ? M 39 1.3×101 7600 Cabani et al.mpg. [1954] Yaws and Yang [1992] Yaws and Yang [1992] Andon et al.R.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 59 substance kH [M/atm] 1.2×102 7600 Cabani et al.0×107 1.de/~sander/res/henry.0×1013 9. [1971b] M 2.0×107 [K] reference type note compounds with nitrogen: amino acids (RCHNH2 COOH) glutamic acid asparagine serine glutamine glycine arginine alanine leucine Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] Saxena and Hildemann [1996] E E E E E E E E 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 compounds with nitrogen: heterocycles (C. β-picoline) [108-99-6] 4-methylpyridine C5 H4 NCH3 2-ethylpyridine C5 H4 NC2 H5 4. α-picoline) [109-06-8] 3-methylpyridine C5 H4 NCH3 (3-picoline. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. H.1×101 6700 Andon et al.0×1013 4.4×101 1. O.9×101 7900 Cabani et al.mpch-mainz.7×102 6600 Andon et al. [1971b] M 1. and N only) pyrrolidine C4 H8 NH N-methyl-pyrrolidine C4 H8 NCH3 piperidine C5 H10 NH N-methyl-piperidine C5 H10 NCH3 pyridine C5 H5 N [110-86-1] 2-methylpyridine C5 H4 NCH3 (2-picoline.2×102 7900 Cabani et al.0×101 3. [1971b] M 3.0×1012 1.0×107 2.5×101 1.1×102 9.0×1013 1. [1954] M 6.

5×102 Buttery et al.4-dimethylpyridine C5 H3 N(CH3 )2 2.0×102 Buttery et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 3-ethylpyridine C5 H4 NC2 H5 4-ethylpyridine C5 H4 NC2 H5 2. [1954] M 1.7×103 5400 Buttery et al.4×102 6800 Andon et al.4×102 700 Andon et al. [1954] M 1.6×101 [K] 6500 reference Andon et al.8×101 Buttery et al. [1954] M 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.2×102 6300 Andon et al. [1971] M 2.5-dimethylpyridine C5 H3 N(CH3 )2 2-methylpyrazine C4 N2 H3 CH3 2-ethylpyrazine C4 N2 H3 (C2 H5 ) 2-isobutylpyrazine C4 N2 H3 C4 H9 2-ethyl-3-methoxypyrazine C4 N2 H3 (C2 H5 )OCH3 2-isobutyl-3-methoxypyrazine C4 N2 H3 (C4 H9 )OCH3 benzo[b]pyridine C9 H7 N (quinoline) [91-22-5] kH [M/atm] 9. [1954] M 9. [1954] M 4. [1971] M 2.60 R.mpg.5×101 7300 Andon et al.4-dimethylpyridine C5 H3 N(CH3 )2 3.mpch-mainz. [1954] M 2. [1954] M 1.2×102 7100 Andon et al.0×101 1. [1971] Karl and Lindinger [1997] USEPA [1982] M M X 43 3 . [1954] type M note 1.6-dimethylpyridine C5 H3 N(CH3 )2 3. [1971] M 6. [1971] M 4.3-dimethylpyridine C5 H3 N(CH3 )2 [583-61-9] 2.3×101 3.7×102 6900 Andon et al.5-dimethylpyridine C5 H3 N(CH3 )2 2.5×102 7100 Andon et al.0×102 Buttery et al.de/~sander/res/henry.

Hauff et al.0 6. [1998] V M . Luke et al. Kames and Schurath Hauff et al.mpg.7×10−1 4.5×10−1 6300 Kames and Schurath [1992] Hauff et al. [1998] Hauff et al.5×10−1 8. Kames and Schurath [1992] [1998] [1998] [1992] [1998] [1998] [1989] [1992] [1998] [1998] [1989] [1992] [1998] [1998] [1992] M V M M M V M M M V M M M V M 1.de/~sander/res/henry.5×10−1 4.1×10−1 6.5×10−1 7.9×10−1 4.7×10−1 6. [1998] Kames and Schurath Hauff et al.9×10−1 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 61 substance kH [M/atm] 2. [1998] Hauff et al. Hauff et al. [1992] [1998] [1998] [1998] [1998] M V M M M V M V M 8 Hauff et al.6×10−1 6. Luke et al.mpch-mainz.7×10−1 3.5×10−1 6. O.9×10−1 7. Hauff et al.4×10−1 6.1 7. and N only) methyl nitrate CH3 ONO2 ethyl nitrate C2 H5 ONO2 1-propyl nitrate C3 H7 ONO2 [627-13-4] 2-propyl nitrate C3 H7 ONO2 1-butyl nitrate C4 H9 ONO2 [928-45-0] 2-butyl nitrate C4 H9 ONO2 (isobutyl nitrate) [543-29-3] tert-butyl nitrate C4 H9 ONO2 1-pentyl nitrate C5 H11 ONO2 (amyl nitrate) [1002-16-0] 2-pentyl nitrate C5 H11 ONO2 [21981-48-6] 3-pentyl nitrate C5 H13 ONO2 3-methyl-1-butanol nitrate C5 H11 ONO2 (isoamyl nitrate) [543-87-3] 1-hexyl nitrate C6 H13 ONO2 Kames and Schurath [1992] M 1.7×10−1 Hauff et al.0×10−1 5500 5400 6000 5800 5600 5400 5200 Kames and Schurath Hauff et al. Hauff et al.2×10−1 8.6 5400 Kames and Schurath [1992] M 1. Hauff et al. [1998] 3. Hauff et al.3×10−1 1.2 4. Kames and Schurath Hauff et al.0 [K] 4700 reference type note compounds with nitrogen: nitrates (RONO2 ) (C. H. Hauff et al.0 1.R.9×10−1 6.1 1.0×10−1 3. Kames and Schurath Hauff et al.4×10−1 4. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.

0×104 9500 Shepson et al.1) 1-nitrooxy-2-propanol C3 H7 O4 N 2-nitrooxy-1-propanol C3 H7 O4 N 2-nitrooxy-3-butanol C4 H9 O4 N 1-nitrooxy-2-butanol C4 H9 O4 N 2-nitrooxy-1-butanol C4 H9 O4 N nitrooxyacetone CH3 COCH2 ONO2 kH [M/atm] 4.mpch-mainz.5×103 8800 Shepson et al. [1996] Kames and Schurath [1992] Kames and Schurath [1992] type M M M M note 8 8.3×103 6. 72 1. 72 8. [1996] M 1.0×103 Kames and Schurath [1992] M 8 .html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 2-nitrooxy ethanol HOC2 H4 ONO2 nitrooxy propanol C3 H7 O4 N (1.de/~sander/res/henry.1×104 10000 Shepson et al. [1996] M 4.0×104 3.0×103 9600 Shepson et al.62 R.2 and 2.9×104 7.mpg.7×103 [K] 8600 reference Kames and Schurath [1992] Shepson et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8×103 9200 Shepson et al. [1996] M 1. [1996] M 5. [1996] M 6.

5-hexanediol dinitrate 1.5-pentanediol dinitrate c-2.3×101 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.9×101 [K] reference Kames and Schurath [1992] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] type M M note 8 73 1.2×101 Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] M M M M M M M M M M M M M 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 .5×102 3.1×101 5.2-hexanediol dinitrate 1.2-ethane dinitrate) [628-96-6] 1.2-propane dinitrate) [6423-43-4] 1.4×102 7.6-hexanediol dinitrate 2.2-propanediol dinitrate C3 H6 (ONO2 )2 (1.mpg.3-butanediol dinitrate 1.4-pentanediol dinitrate 1.3-propanediol dinitrate C3 H6 N2 O6 [3457-90-7] 1.2×101 1.R.2×101 Kames and Schurath [1992] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] M M 8 73 1.3-butanediol dinitrate 1.7×100 2.4-pentanediol dinitrate 1.8×101 1.2-pentanediol dinitrate 1.2-ethanediol dinitrate O3 NCH2 CH2 ONO2 (1.4-pentanediol dinitrate t-2.4-butanediol dinitrate 2.8×101 1.2-butanediol dinitrate 1.8×102 3.6×102 1.2-propanediol dinitrate 1.5×101 9.2×102 2.mpch-mainz.de/~sander/res/henry.3×102 Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] M 73 2.5-hexanediol dinitrate kH [M/atm] 6.9×101 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 63 substance 1.2×101 1.

8 4.3 see note see note 1. Kames and Schurath Warneck et al.3×101 3.0 see note see note Kames and Schurath [1995] Warneck et al.7 see note see note 1.2×102 8.0 2.2×101 3.3×102 5.2-cycloheptanediol dinitrate 1. [1984] [1984] [1989] [1991] [1995] [1996] [1996] [1995] [1996] [1996] type M M M M M M M M M M X M C M M ? ? M ? ? M ? ? M ? ? M ? ? note 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 48 74 5900 6500 note note note note peroxypropionyl nitrate C2 H5 COOONO2 (PPN) peroxy-n-butyryl nitrate C3 H7 COOONO2 (PnBN) peroxy-2-propenoyl nitrate CH2 C(CH3 )COOONO2 (peroxymethacryloyl nitrate.mpch-mainz. Schurath et al.3-cyclohexanediol dinitrate trans-1. [1996] Schurath et al.1 see see 2.9 2.6 5.8-octanediol dinitrate 1.3-cyclohexanediol dinitrate 1. Pandis and Seinfeld Kames et al. MPAN) peroxy-isobutyryl nitrate C3 H7 COOONO2 (PiBN) 8 75 76 8 75 76 8 75 76 8 75 76 8 75 76 2. [1996] Schurath et al.64 R. Kames and Schurath Warneck et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.7-heptanediol dinitrate trans-1. [1996] Kames and Schurath [1995] Warneck et al.0×100 4.10-decanediol dinitrate peroxyacetyl nitrate CH3 COOONO2 (PAN) kH [M/atm] 1.3×100 7.mpg.9×101 1.de/~sander/res/henry.9×101 5.5×102 6. [1996] .2-octanediol dinitrate 1. [1996] Kames and Schurath [1995] Warneck et al.2-cyclohexanediol dinitrate cis-1. [1996] Schurath et al.9 see see [K] reference Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998b] Gaffney and Senum Holdren et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance cis-1. Schurath et al.2-decanediol dinitrate 1.2-cyclohexanediol dinitrate trans-1.9×101 2.

R.mpg.3 1.9×101 2. and N only) cyanide radical CN hydrocyanic acid HCN ethane nitrile CH3 CN (acetonitrile) [75-05-8] Berdnikov and Bazhin [1970] T 5 propane nitrile C2 H5 CN (propionitrile) [107-12-0] butane nitrile C3 H7 CN (butyronitrile) benzenenitrile C6 H5 CN (benzonitrile) [100-47-0] ethanedinitrile C2 N2 (cyanogen) [460-19-5] 2-propenenitrile C3 H3 N (acrylonitrile) [107-13-1] 9.8×101 5. H. Snider and Dawson Arijs and Brasseur Benkelberg et al.9×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39.3 2800 USEPA [1982] Meylan and Howard [1991] X X 3 3 .3×101 4.de/~sander/res/henry. 77 1.8 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39.7×101 5000 4100 4000 3500 4100 Hine and Weimar Edwards et al. Yaws and Yang Butler and Ramchandani [1965] [1978] [1984] [1965] [1984] [1984] [1985] [1986] [1995] [1992] [1935] R L X R X M M L M ? M 48 48 39 1.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 65 substance kH [M/atm] 8.9×101 5. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.0×10−2 [K] 1400 reference type note compounds with nitrogen: nitriles (RCN) (C.9×101 Butler and Ramchandani [1935] M 1.2×101 7.4×101 4. 8 1.1×101 7.9×101 4.9×101 2.mpch-mainz. O.5 2. Gaffney and Senum Hine and Weimar Gaffney and Senum Hamm et al.

66 R.de/~sander/res/henry.3×101 4.1×101 4.4×101 1.5×101 4.2×101 1.7×101 7.1×101 1.4×102 1.mpg.6×101 8.6×101 [K] reference type note compounds with nitrogen: nitro (RNO2 ) (C. 8 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Meylan and Howard USEPA Hine and Mookerjee USEPA [1975] [1991] [1982] [1975] [1982] 39.4×101 1.mpch-mainz.5×101 3.8 1.7×101 1. 8 4500 2900 3 3 3 3200 3100 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] USEPA [1982] USEPA [1982] 3 3 2.1×101 4. O.1×101 2900 USEPA [1982] X 3 . H.4-dinitrobenzene C7 H6 N2 O4 (DNT) [121-14-2] Gaffney and Senum Rohrschneider Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Gaffney and Senum Friant and Suffet Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang [1984] [1973] [1992] [1975] [1984] [1979] [1975] [1992] X M ? V X M V ? V ? V X X V X V X X 48 39 48 49 39. and N only) nitromethane CH3 NO2 nitroethane C2 H5 NO2 1-nitropropane C3 H7 NO2 2-nitropropane CH3 CH(NO2 )CH3 nitrobenzene C6 H5 NO2 [98-95-3] 2-nitrotoluene C6 H4 (NO2 )CH3 [88-72-2] 3-nitrotoluene C6 H4 (NO2 )CH3 4-nitrotoluene C6 H4 (NO2 )CH3 1-methyl-2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.1×101 2.2 1.6 2.

0×101 7.4×101 7.0×104 7. Tremp et al.6×106 9.6-dinitrophenol C7 H6 N2 O5 (dinitro-o-cresol. [1988] Tremp et al.DNOC) [534-52-1] kH [M/atm] 7.3×101 Schwarzenbach et al.8×101 Schwarzenbach et al.de/~sander/res/henry.2×101 Schwarzenbach et al. USEPA Schwarzenbach et al. [1988] V 8 6.R.8 8 2.4×101 Schwarzenbach et al.mpch-mainz.mpg.9×102 3.0×105 [K] 4600 reference USEPA Schwarzenbach et al.8 8 6.9×101 5. [1993] Schwarzenbach et al. [1988] Tremp et al.9×104 2.5×103 Schwarzenbach et al.3×103 4.6×103 Schwarzenbach et al. [1988] V X V 8 55.5-dinitrophenol C6 H4 N2 O5 [329-71-5] 2-methyl-4. [1988] V 8 2. [1993] V X 8 55. [1988] V 8 9. Tremp et al. Schwarzenbach et al.5×103 1.5×102 Schwarzenbach et al.8 . Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. Gaffney and Senum [1982] [1988] [1993] [1984] type X V X X note 3 8 55. [1988] V 8 3. [1988] V 8 2.2×104 1.5×102 9100 6000 Parsons et al. [1971] [1982] [1988] [1993] [1988] M X V X V 54 3 8 55.4-dinitrophenol C6 H4 N2 O5 [51-28-5] 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 67 substance 2-nitrophenol HOC6 H4 (NO2 ) [88-75-5] 3-nitrophenol HOC6 H4 (NO2 ) 4-nitrophenol HOC6 H4 (NO2 ) [100-02-7] 3-methyl-2-nitrophenol C7 H7 NO3 [4920-77-8] 4-methyl-2-nitrophenol C7 H7 NO3 [119-33-5] 5-methyl-2-nitrophenol C7 H7 NO3 [700-38-9] 4-(1-methylpropyl)-2-nitrophenol C10 H13 NO3 [3555-18-8] 4-methoxy-2-nitrophenol C7 H7 NO4 [1568-70-3] 4-hydroxy-3-nitro-benzaldehyde C7 H5 NO4 [3011-34-5] 2.8 48 2.

1. [1977] L ? L 39 2400 . [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Wilhelm et al.5×10−3 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.1×10−4 1.8×10−2 2600 2700 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Zheng et al. 78 5.3×10−2 1.0×10−4 2.9×10−2 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39.4×10−2 3200 2200 1500 1800 Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.2×10−2 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39.mpch-mainz.5×10−4 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 2. 38 39 1. Yaws and Yang Zheng et al. Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1975] [1977] [1992] [1997] [1975] [1954] [1977] [1992] [1992] V L ? M V M L ? ? 39 39 39 4.4×10−2 2. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1992] V L L ? ? difluoromethane CH2 F2 trifluoromethane CHF3 (R23) tetrafluoromethane CF4 (carbontetrafluoride) fluoroethane C2 H5 F 1.4×10−2 1.6×10−3 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 5.7×10−2 5.1-difluoroethane C2 H4 F2 (R152a) 1. 79 5.9×10−4 4.1-difluoroethene C2 H2 F2 tetrafluoroethene C2 F4 hexafluoropropene C3 F6 39.1.9×10−4 2100 Wilhelm et al.9×10−5 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 6.7×10−2 [K] reference type note compounds with fluorine fluoromethane CH3 F 2200 Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.6×10−3 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.2-tetrafluoroethane C2 H2 F4 (R134a) hexafluoroethane C2 F6 1-fluoropropane C3 H7 F 2-fluoropropane C3 H7 F octafluorocyclobutane C4 F8 1. Hine and Mookerjee Morrison and Johnstone Wilhelm et al.0×10−4 2.9×10−2 5.2×10−2 7.2×10−2 8.3×10−2 1.de/~sander/res/henry.mpg. [1997] V ? M M 39.1×10−2 1.9×10−2 5. [1997] Zheng et al.9×10−2 3. 38 2.68 R.

2-trifluoroethanol CF3 CH2 OH 1. [1998b] M 8.3.4×102 8900 Kanakidou et al.9×103 9300 Bowden et al.0 3. [1995] Mirabel et al. [1995] type C M E note 5.5×101 6300 Rochester and Symonds [1973] M 1.0 [K] reference Kanakidou et al.2.5×101 6000 Rochester and Symonds [1973] M 2.1.0×101 Kanakidou et al.de/~sander/res/henry. [1996] Kanakidou et al.3-tetrafluoro-1-propanol CHF2 CF2 CH2 OH 2.3.9×101 5900 Rochester and Symonds [1973] M 4.1×104 Bowden et al.1. [1996] Betterton [1991] C M M 8.6×102 6700 Rochester and Symonds [1973] M 4.3. [1995] E 80 .html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 69 substance carbonyl fluoride COF2 formyl fluoride FCHO 2. [1995] Mirabel et al. [1996] M 3.2.0 1.2.3-hexafluoro-2-propanol CF3 CHOHCF3 trifluoroacetylfluoride CF3 COF 1.1.3.5×101 3.3.0×104 6900 Bowden et al.mpg. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3-pentafluoro-1-propanol CF3 CF2 CH2 OH 1.1-trifluoro-2-propanol CF3 CHOHCH3 2.4×101 6700 Rochester and Symonds [1973] M 3.R. [1998b] M 3.1-trifluoro-2-propanone CF3 COCH3 fluoroethanoic acid CH2 FCOOH (fluoroacetic acid) [144-49-0] difluoroethanoic acid CHF2 COOH (difluoroacetic acid) [381-73-7] trifluoroethanoic acid CF3 COOH (trifluoroacetic acid) [76-05-1] generic peroxide with fluorine ROOH kH [M/atm] 2.mpch-mainz.1.0×101 3.

mpch-mainz.4-difluorobenzene C6 H4 F2 (p-difluorobenzene) (trifluoromethyl)-benzene C6 H5 CF3 (α.3×10−2 6.4×10−1 [K] reference Mackay and Shiu Hoff et al.6×10−1 1.2×10−1 1.3×10−2 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.α.9×102 Schwarzenbach et al.2×10−2 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] L ? 39 5. Hartkopf and Karger Yaws and Yang Yaws and Yang [1981] [1993] [1973] [1992] [1992] type L ? M ? ? note 13 39 39 4100 1.6×10−1 1.70 R.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance fluorobenzene C6 H5 F 1.3-difluorobenzene C6 H4 F2 (m-difluorobenzene) 1.mpg.3×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 6.2-difluorobenzene C6 H4 F2 (o-difluorobenzene) 1. [1988] V 8 .6×10−1 1.de/~sander/res/henry.α-trifluorotoluene) 5-fluoro-2-nitrophenol C6 H4 FNO3 [446-36-6] kH [M/atm] 1.

0×10−1 1.4×10−1 3. [1985] Wright et al.8×10−1 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 71 substance kH [M/atm] 1.1×10−1 4. [1985] Tse et al. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Lincoff and Gossett [1984] Gossett [1987] Wright et al.8 4200 3800 3800 82 4100 3600 4100 4200 3700 4300 4200 3500 4500 3900 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 . [1992a] M V L L M M V V ? X X M V L M M M V V C M M ? X L X X X X X X X 81.0×10−1 1.5×10−1 4.9×10−1 4.9×10−2 1.5×10−1 3.7×10−1 4.4×10−1 4.mpch-mainz.9×10−1 3.6×10−1 8.0×10−1 3. [1977] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Gossett [1987] Moore et al.4×10−1 3.6×10−1 3.R.8 2800 4200 3000 -630 2900 dichloromethane CH2 Cl2 [75-09-2] 8 39 3 3 81. [1993] Hartkopf and Karger [1973] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] Leighton and Calo [1981] Ashworth et al.1×10−1 1.1×10−1 1.7×10−1 4.mpg.2×10−1 9.2×10−1 2. [1992b] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al.2×10−1 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.0×10−1 [K] reference type note aliphatic compounds with chlorine chloromethane CH3 Cl (methylchloride) Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al. [1992] Gossett et al.2 3.4×10−2 1.0×10−1 4.0×10−1 3.1×10−1 3. [1988] Gossett et al.de/~sander/res/henry.3×10−1 1.0×10−1 1.3×10−1 4.1×10−1 3.

3×10−1 2.5×10−1 2.72 R. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al. [1985] Ashworth et al.mpch-mainz.0×10−1 1.de/~sander/res/henry. [1980] Gossett et al. [1988] Lamarche and Droste [1989] Leighton and Calo [1981] Gossett et al. [1984] Nicholson et al.6×10−1 [K] reference Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Hunter-Smith et al.5×10−1 2.1×10−1 2.5×10−1 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.5×10−1 2.2×10−1 2.5×10−1 2. [1993] Hartkopf and Karger [1973] Yaws and Yang [1992] Barr and Newsham [1987] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] Wright et al.9×10−1 2. [1995] Moore et al.6×10−1 2.7×10−1 2. [1984] Lincoff and Gossett [1984] Gossett [1987] Tancr`de and Yanagisawa [1990] e Wright et al. [1992a] USEPA [1982] Ervin et al.9×10−1 2.6×10−1 3. [1984] Nicholson et al. [1992b] Dewulf et al.3×10−1 2.8 3900 83 4200 4600 7300 3900 4100 3800 82 4800 4100 4600 4000 4400 5600 4200 5000 2200 4100 4300 4500 4300 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 .5×10−1 2.8×10−1 3.4×10−1 2.7×10−1 2.0×10−1 3.3×10−1 2. [1984] Nicholson et al.5×10−1 2.5×10−1 9.4×10−1 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance trichloromethane CHCl3 (chloroform) [67-66-3] kH [M/atm] 3.3×10−1 2. [1985] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Munz and Roberts [1987] type M V L M M C C C M M M M M M V V C M M ? X X X X X X X X X X L X note 81.4×10−1 2.5×10−1 2.1×10−1 2.8×10−1 4. [1983] Nicholson et al.3×10−1 2.mpg.1×10−1 3.

[1993] Ashworth et al.1-dichloroethane CHCl2 CH3 [75-34-3] kH [M/atm] 3.8×10−1 1.7×10−1 [K] reference Liss and Slater [1974] Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Hunter-Smith et al.8×10−2 3.6×10−1 1.3×10−2 3.3×10−2 3.de/~sander/res/henry.7×10−1 1.6×10−2 3.8×10−2 2.5×10−1 1.5×10−2 3.8×10−1 1. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al. [1992a] USEPA [1982] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] Tse et al.8×10−2 4.7×10−1 1. [1988] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Gossett [1987] Wright et al.5×10−2 8.4×10−2 3.5×10−2 3.9×10−2 8. [1980] Ashworth et al.8×10−2 3.2×10−2 3. [1993] Hartkopf and Karger [1973] Yaws and Yang [1992] Wright et al.3×10−2 3. [1992b] Dewulf et al.8 3200 4400 4100 4200 4100 3600 4900 4200 1100 4700 3600 5600 3400 4000 4300 4200 4400 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3100 750 2900 2600 39.7×10−1 1.5×10−2 5.0×10−2 3.1×10−2 4.mpg.3×10−2 3.4×10−2 3.6×10−2 1.1×10−2 3.8×10−1 1. [1995] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Wright et al.2×10−1 5.1×10−2 1.4×10−2 4.9×10−2 3. [1983] Gossett [1987] Tancr`de and Yanagisawa [1990] e Wright et al.1×10−1 8. [1990] Hansen et al.7×10−1 1.2×10−2 3.7×10−1 2.mpch-mainz. [1988] Munz and Roberts [1987] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Leighton and Calo [1981] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Gossett [1987] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Ashworth et al. [1992] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] Ervin et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1995] Hansen et al.0×10−1 1.R.7×10−1 1. [1992] Bissonette et al.6×10−1 1. 8 3 3 4100 3600 4000 3600 3800 1700 3300 4400 4900 3100 3600 2100 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 .7×10−2 3.9×10−2 1. [1992a] Barr and Newsham [1987] USEPA [1982] Tse et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 73 substance tetrachloromethane CCl4 (carbontetrachloride) [56-23-5] chloroethane C2 H5 Cl [75-00-3] 1.4×10−1 6. [1992b] Dewulf et al.9×10−2 8.8×10−1 1.4×10−2 3. [1988] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Lamarche and Droste [1989] type C M V L M M M M M M V C M M ? X X X X X X X X L X V L M V ? X L X V L M M M V ? X X X X X X X L X note 81.3×10−1 1.3×10−2 3.

1×10−1 2. [1983] Lincoff and Gossett [1984] Gossett [1987] Kolb et al. [1993] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] USEPA [1982] Wright et al. [1993] Munz and Roberts [1987] Gossett et al.1×10−2 5. [1992a] Barr and Newsham [1987] USEPA [1982] Ashworth et al. [1992b] Dewulf et al.1×10−1 6.6×10−2 7.6×10−1 8.0×10−2 3.0×10−1 7.4×10−2 1.4×10−1 8. [1992] Wright et al.5×10−1 8.2×10−1 8. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al. MCF) [71-55-6] kH [M/atm] 1. [1995] Hansen et al.8×10−2 6.1×10−2 5.5×10−1 6.1.5×10−1 2.2-dichloroethane CH2 ClCH2 Cl [107-06-2] 1.74 R.7×10−1 9.9×10−2 8. [1992] Ervin et al. [1995] Dewulf et al. [1985] Hansen et al.5×10−1 7. [1992a] Barr and Newsham [1987] Tse et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 1.8 3900 4300 4100 3800 3900 3700 2400 1500 4500 4700 4200 3500 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 81.0×10−2 1.8 3200 4300 4100 3500 3200 4700 3800 3100 45 8 82 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4600 1700 3400 4000 3700 7000 4400 5200 3400 3900 4200 3200 4100 4300 . [1980] Leighton and Calo [1981] Bissonette et al.5×10−1 8. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al. [1988] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Gossett et al.0×10−2 [K] reference Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Wright et al. [1992b] Robbins et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8×10−2 5.7×10−2 5.2×10−1 1. [1990] Ashworth et al.7×10−2 7.mpg.0 8.7×10−2 5.3×10−1 8. [1985] type M V L M M V C M M ? X X X X X X X L X M V L M M M X M M C M M V V V M X X X X X X X X X L X X X X note 81.1 7. [1993] Hartkopf and Karger [1973] Yaws and Yang [1992] Tse et al.2×10−1 5.7×10−2 6. [1990] Lamarche and Droste [1989] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Leighton and Calo [1981] Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Hunter-Smith et al.2×10−2 5.mpch-mainz.9×10−2 5.3×10−1 8.4×10−2 2.9×10−2 6.0×10−2 6.9×10−2 5.4×10−1 8.9×10−2 6.1-trichloroethane CH3 CCl3 (methylchloroform.0×10−2 6.4×10−2 4.1×10−1 5.1×10−2 6.de/~sander/res/henry.6×10−1 9. [1992] Wright et al.2×10−2 3. [1988] Bissonette et al.9×10−2 6.7×10−1 9. [1993] Kanakidou et al.9×10−2 5.

[1992b] Hansen et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 75 substance 1.5×10−1 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Wright et al.4×10−1 7.1 3.mpch-mainz.2×10−1 2.8×10−2 8.2-tetrachloroethane CHCl2 CHCl2 [79-34-5] pentachloroethane CHCl2 CCl3 [76-01-7] hexachloroethane C2 Cl6 [67-72-1] kH [M/atm] 1. [1993] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Wright et al.1.2 1. [1988] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Leighton and Calo [1981] Hansen et al.0 1.2 3.1.4×10−1 1. [1992b] Dilling [1977] Wright et al. [1988] Munz and Roberts [1987] type V L M M V ? X X X X X L X X V L M V X X L M V ? X X X X L X X V L V ? V L V ? X L X X note 3900 5900 2700 3800 4000 4300 4800 4900 3700 6100 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4800 4500 4600 5000 3 3 4200 4700 2800 3000 3200 4800 3600 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 39 2100 5600 2600 5600 39 3 3 3 .3 2.5×10−1 2. [1992a] Ashworth et al.2 1.8 4.2.3 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.9 2.0×10−1 3.2 1.8 1.1 1. [1992a] Tse et al.1 8. [1995] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Wright et al.mpg.2-trichloroethane CHCl2 CH2 Cl [79-00-5] 1.2 1.0 1.0 1.0×10−1 2. [1988] USEPA [1982] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Tse et al.1 2. [1992] Barr and Newsham [1987] Ashworth et al.7×10−1 3.de/~sander/res/henry.6×10−1 4.4×10−1 4.1.0 2.4 2. [1992] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Wright et al.2×10−1 4. [1992a] Tse et al.5×10−1 1. [1992b] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Barr and Newsham [1987] Wright et al.1×10−1 4.2 1.2-tetrachloroethane CCl3 CH2 Cl [630-20-6] 1.3 1.2 2.2 1. [1992] Leighton and Calo [1981] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Ashworth et al.4 2.5×10−1 4.R.1 1.4×10−2 1.6×10−1 4.0×10−1 5.1.

2×10−2 3.4×10−2 5.9×10−2 3.4×10−1 3.5×10−1 3.4-dichlorobutane C4 H8 Cl2 1-chloropentane C5 H11 Cl [543-59-9] 2-chloropentane C5 H11 Cl [625-29-6] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wright et al. 8 3500 4500 13 39 3 39 3 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] 2.1-dichlorobutane C4 H8 Cl2 [541-33-3] 1. [1992b] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Wright et al.0 1.4×10−1 6.4×10−1 3.0 1.4×10−2 9.3-trichloropropane C3 H5 Cl3 [96-18-4] 3900 4000 3500 3700 1-chloro-2-methylpropane C4 H9 Cl [513-36-0] 1-chlorobutane C4 H9 Cl [109-69-3] 2-chlorobutane C4 H9 Cl [78-86-4] 1.2-dichloropropane C3 H6 Cl2 [78-87-5] kH [M/atm] 7.3-dichloropropane C3 H6 Cl2 [142-28-9] 1.3×10−1 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang [1975] [1981] [1992] [1975] [1992] type V L ? V ? V M ? X X X X L X X V ? X M V ? X L L ? V ? ? X ? X V note 39.3×10−2 6.4×10−1 3. [1988] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Leighton and Calo [1981] Tancr`de and Yanagisawa [1990] e Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Leighton and Calo [1981] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Hoff et al. [1992a] Tse et al.7×10−2 5.mpch-mainz.0×10−1 3.1 2. 8 39.4 8.mpg.76 R.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 1-chloropropane C3 H7 Cl [540-54-5] 2-chloropropane C3 H7 Cl [75-29-6] 1.1×10−2 1.0×10−2 5.1×10−2 5.7×10−1 3.0×10−2 4.7×10−1 3.4×10−1 4. [1990] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Leighton and Calo [1981] Ashworth et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.6×10−2 2.9 2. Yaws and Yang Leighton and Calo Yaws and Yang Leighton and Calo [1975] [1993] [1992] [1981] [1992] [1981] 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 39 3 39 3 39.2×10−2 6.0 4.de/~sander/res/henry.4×10−2 4.0 3100 Leighton and Calo [1981] X 3 4. [1992] Bissonette et al.6×10−2 4700 Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang Leighton and Calo Hine and Mookerjee [1975] [1992] [1981] [1975] V ? X V 39 3 .2.8 3.2×10−2 9.0×10−1 3.9×10−2 6. 8 3800 2100 3600 3700 3800 4300 4300 4700 1.4 3.8×10−1 1.

1×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 4.10-dichlorodecane C10 H20 Cl2 1.10.mpch-mainz.2.R.6×10−1 Drouillard et al.8×10−2 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] type V note 1.12-dichlorododecane C12 H24 Cl2 polychlorinated dodecane isomers C12 Hx Cly kH [M/atm] 3. [1998] Drouillard et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 77 substance 3-chloropentane C5 H11 Cl [616-20-6] 1. [1998] Drouillard et al.5×102 1.7 Drouillard et al.de/~sander/res/henry.9×101 1. [1998] Drouillard et al.6×101 Drouillard et al. [1998] M M M 6. [1998] Drouillard et al.mpg.9×101 1.9. [1998] M . Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.1×101 3.2.11-tetrachloroundecane C11 H20 Cl4 pentachloroundecane isomers C11 H19 Cl5 1.8 1600 Leighton and Calo [1981] X 3 3. [1998] V 5.1×10−2 4500 Leighton and Calo [1981] X 3 2. [1998] M 2.0×10−1 Drouillard et al. [1998] M M V 7.4×101 Drouillard et al.5-dichloropentane C5 H10 Cl2 2-chloro-2-methylbutane C5 H11 Cl [594-36-5] 1-chlorohexane C6 H13 Cl 1.10-tetrachlorodecane C10 H18 Cl4 pentachlorodecane isomers C10 H17 Cl5 1.

2×10−3 4.1-dichloroethene CH2 CCl2 [75-35-4] (Z)-1.0×10−1 1.7×10−2 3.9×10−2 4.1×10−1 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance chloroethene CH2 CHCl (vinyl chloride) [75-01-4] 1.2-dichloroethene) [156-59-2] kH [M/atm] 8. [1988] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Gossett [1987] Wright et al. [1977] Gossett [1987] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Ashworth et al.mpch-mainz.6×10−3 3.7×10−2 6.3×10−1 2.7×10−1 2.8×10−2 9. [1988] Pearson and McConnell [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Gossett [1987] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Tse et al.4×10−2 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3×10−1 2.4×10−1 2.6×10−2 3.5×10−1 2.mpg.78 R.6×10−2 1.2-dichloroethene CHClCHCl (cis-1.3×10−2 4.74 3000 3300 39 3 81. [1992b] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Ashworth et al.3×10−1 1.2×10−1 2.4×10−2 3.3×10−3 6. [1992a] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Bissonette et al. [1992] USEPA [1982] Ervin et al.0×10−2 6.3×10−2 3. [1980] Leighton and Calo [1981] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Bissonette et al.3×10−1 2.de/~sander/res/henry. [1992] type M V L M V V ? L X M L M V V ? X X X X L X X V L M M V ? X X X L X X note 81.9×10−2 5.7×10−2 3.5×10−4 4.8×10−2 4. [1988] Ervin et al.5×10−3 7.4×10−1 1.8 3100 2900 3700 3100 1200 6600 4600 4000 4500 2900 8 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 4200 3800 3100 4100 4000 3900 4200 3400 39 3 3 3 3 3 .4×10−2 3.6×10−1 [K] reference Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al. [1990] Ashworth et al. [1980] Wright et al.2×10−4 1. [1990] Tse et al.4×10−2 2.

5×10−1 1. [1992a] Cooling et al.0×10−1 9. [1992b] Hansen et al.0×10−1 1.1×10−2 8. [1988] Tse et al.9×10−2 1. [1993] Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Lincoff and Gossett [1984] Gossett [1987] Tancr`de and Yanagisawa [1990] e Wright et al.3×10−1 1.2×10−1 8. [1980] Ashworth et al.1×10−1 1.0×10−1 2. [1992] Hansen et al.0×10−1 1. [1980] Bissonette et al.9×10−1 7.5×10−2 9.1×10−1 7.R.6×10−2 1. [1985] type V L M M M V ? X X X X X X L X X M V L M M M M M M M V V V M ? X X X X X L X X X X X X X X note 4200 4000 3400 3000 3400 4300 1700 5400 4800 4100 4100 3300 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 81. [1992] Wright et al.5×10−2 8. [1994] Dewulf et al.8×10−2 9. [1990] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Cooling et al. [1995] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Ashworth et al.1×10−2 9.3×10−1 1.5×10−1 1. [1993] Nielsen et al.1×10−1 1.4×10−1 1. [1993] Yaws and Yang [1992] Wright et al.7×10−2 1.4×10−2 1.2×10−2 9. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.1×10−1 9.mpg.2×10−2 8. [1990] Gossett et al.1×10−1 8.5×10−1 1. [1992a] USEPA [1982] Ervin et al.6×10−2 9.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 79 substance (E)-1.7×10−2 9.9×10−2 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Gossett [1987] Wright et al.1×10−1 1.9×10−2 9.2×10−1 8. [1985] Ervin et al.9×10−2 1.2-dichloroethene) [156-60-5] trichloroethene C2 HCl3 (trichloroethylene) [79-01-6] kH [M/atm] 1.9×10−2 1.mpch-mainz.0×10−1 1.5×10−1 1.1×10−1 8. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al.de/~sander/res/henry.2-dichloroethene CHClCHCl (trans-1.9×10−2 1. [1988] Munz and Roberts [1987] Lamarche and Droste [1989] Gossett et al.8 4900 4800 5200 4200 3500 3600 8 82 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4100 4400 3900 4000 1600 4600 4700 5200 4300 4800 3700 4700 2100 4900 .0×10−1 1. [1992] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] USEPA [1982] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Leighton and Calo [1981] Bissonette et al. [1992b] Robbins et al.7×10−2 9.1×10−1 1. [1992] Tse et al.0×10−1 1.1×10−1 1.

6×10−2 7. [1980] Leighton and Calo [1981] Bissonette et al.3-dichloropropene C3 H4 Cl2 [542-75-6] cis-1.8 3 3 63 5. [1988] Munz and Roberts [1987] Gossett et al.7×10−2 9.5×10−2 5.3-dichloropropene C3 H4 Cl2 [10061-01-5] trans-1.2×10−2 6. [1985] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Dilling [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Wright et al.3×10−2 1.8 5100 4900 5500 3600 4500 45 8 82 1500 5000 4800 4400 4400 5100 5200 4700 5300 4600 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 39 3 3 4200 1500 4700 3500 81.9×10−2 5.3-dichloropropene C3 H4 Cl2 2.8×10−2 6.0×10−2 5.2×10−1 4.de/~sander/res/henry.0×10−2 9.7×10−1 2.4×105 [K] reference Pearson and McConnell [1975] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Lincoff and Gossett [1984] Gossett [1987] Tancr`de and Yanagisawa [1990] e Kolb et al.6×10−2 4.80 R. [1992b] USEPA [1982] Meylan and Howard [1991] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Dilling [1977] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Dilling [1977] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Dilling [1977] Pearson and McConnell Meylan and Howard USEPA Betterton and Hoffmann [1975] [1991] [1982] [1988] type M V L M M M X M M V V V C M ? X X L X X X X X X X V V ? M X X L V L V L V M X X M note 81.6×10−1 5. [1990] Gossett et al.9×101 5400 Betterton [1991] M .4×10−2 4.1×10−1 9.mpch-mainz.2×10−1 8. [1993] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Kavanaugh and Trussell [1980] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Ashworth et al.2×10−2 6.mpg.2×10−2 5.7×10−2 3.8×10−2 5. [1992] Robbins et al.0×10−2 1.7×10−1 4.2×10−1 4.6×10−2 1.9×10−2 3.0×10−2 8. [1995] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Dilling [1977] Hoff et al.3×10−1 5.8×10−1 5.0×10−2 3.5×10−2 5.8×10−1 2. [1985] Ervin et al.4×10−2 3.3×10−2 6.0×10−2 3.7×10−2 4.1×10−1 6.5×10−1 2. [1993] Dewulf et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance tetrachloroethene C2 Cl4 (tetrachloroethylene) [127-18-4] 3-chloro-1-propene C3 H5 Cl [107-05-1] 1.7×10−2 5.4×10−2 5.3-dichloropropene C3 H4 Cl2 hexachlorobutadiene CCl2 CClCClCCl2 [87-68-3] trichloroethanal CCl3 CHO (trichloroacetaldehyde) chloro-2-propanone CH2 ClCOCH3 kH [M/atm] 5.7×10−2 6. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.

R. [1998b] M 7.6 2800 USEPA [1982] X 3 .mpch-mainz. [1998b] type M note 1. [1998a] M 2.6×103 3700 2500 5500 USEPA [1982] USEPA [1982] USEPA [1982] X X X 3 3 3 4.1×105 [K] 9700 reference Bowden et al.1 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 81 substance chloroethanoic acid CH2 ClCOOH (chloroacetic acid) [79-11-8] dichloroethanoic acid CHCl2 COOH (dichloroacetic acid) [79-43-6] trichloroethanoic acid CCl3 COOH (trichloroacetic acid) [76-03-9] trichloroacetylchloride CCl3 COCl 1-chloro-2.0 Mirabel et al.mpg.8×101 3.2×105 8000 Bowden et al.3-epoxypropane 2-chloroethylvinylether bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane C5 H10 Cl2 O2 [111-91-1] 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.de/~sander/res/henry.5-dichloro-3-oxapentane C4 H8 Cl2 O (bis(2-chloroethyl)ether) [111-44-4] bis(2-chloroisopropyl)ether C6 H12 Cl2 O [108-60-1] kH [M/atm] 1.4×104 8700 Bowden et al. [1996] M 2.7×101 4100 USEPA [1982] X 3 6.

4-trichlorobenzene C6 H3 Cl3 [120-82-1] 1.1×10−1 4.0×10−1 2.2.0×10−1 2.2×10−1 6.3×10−1 3. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3×10−1 5.2×10−1 2. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Hoff et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 2.1×10−1 2. Bissonette et al.6×10−1 2. Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Hoff et al.3×10−1 4.8×10−1 3. Staudinger and Roberts Ervin et al.5×10−1 4.0×10−1 4. Ashworth et al.9×10−1 2.5-trichlorobenzene C6 H3 Cl3 [108-70-3] 2500 4000 3 3 . Ashworth et al.8×10−1 3.3×10−1 3. Yaws and Yang USEPA Ashworth et al.2×10−1 2.9×10−1 5.2×10−1 2.9×10−1 3.7×10−1 2.0×10−1 2.1×10−1 5. Hartkopf and Karger Yaws and Yang USEPA Cooling et al.3-trichlorobenzene C6 H3 Cl3 [87-61-6] 1. Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu USEPA Ashworth et al.mpg.1×10−1 3.3×10−1 5.4-dichlorobenzene C6 H4 Cl2 (p-dichlorobenzene) [106-46-7] 2700 2700 2700 39 3 3 3 1. USEPA Ashworth et al. Mackay et al.3.2×10−1 2.6×10−1 6.7×10−1 2.3×10−1 5.6×10−1 2. Gossett et al.7×10−1 7.3×10−1 [K] reference type note aromatic compounds with chlorine chlorobenzene C6 H5 Cl [108-90-7] Hine and Mookerjee Mackay et al.mpch-mainz. Mackay and Shiu [1975] [1979] [1979] [1981] [1981] [1993] [1973] [1992] [1982] [1992] [1990] [1988] [1996] [1980] [1981] [1975] [1981] [1981] [1992] [1982] [1996] [1990] [1988] [1985] [1975] [1981] [1993] [1992] [1982] [1988] [1975] [1981] [1981] [1992] [1988] [1982] [1988] [1981] [1981] [1981] [1982] [1988] [1981] V M T L M M M ? X X X X L X X V L M ? X L X X X V L M ? X X V L M ? X X X L M L X X L 4600 2100 1900 4700 2700 3800 4200 3500 39 3 3 3 3 3 3 1.82 R.0×10−1 3.4×10−1 2.4×10−1 6.1×10−1 4.4×10−1 3.2-dichlorobenzene C6 H4 Cl2 (o-dichlorobenzene) [95-50-1] 2800 5900 5100 1400 6700 39 3 3 3 3 1.2.3×10−1 8. Leighton and Calo Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang USEPA Staudinger and Roberts Bissonette et al.7×10−1 2.2×10−1 2.3-dichlorobenzene C6 H4 Cl2 (m-dichlorobenzene) [541-73-1] 2400 2600 39 3 3 1. Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Ashworth et al.de/~sander/res/henry.5×10−1 3.9×10−1 3.9×10−1 3.

0×104 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu USEPA Meylan and Howard USEPA Meylan and Howard [1981] [1981] [1982] [1991] [1982] [1991] L M L M X X X X 3800 1300 hydroxypentachlorobenzene C6 HCl5 O (pentachlorophenol) [87-86-5] 2-hydroxychlorobenzene C6 H5 ClO (2-chlorophenol) [95-57-8] 2.6 5200 Mackay and Shiu [1981] tenHulscher et al.1 5.2 1.9×10−1 1.2.9×101 4900 USEPA [1982] Schwarzenbach et al.4-tetrachlorobenzene C6 H2 Cl4 [634-66-2] 1.2×102 4600 USEPA [1982] X 3 1.2 3. [1992] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Mackay and Shiu [1981] type L X L M L note 3 1.4 2.7×10−1 6.5-tetrachlorobenzene C6 H2 Cl4 [634-90-2] 1.9×10−1 3.de/~sander/res/henry. USEPA Mackay and Shiu [1981] [1992] [1992] [1982] [1981] L X L ? X X L 3 5800 1600 39 3 3 α-chlorotoluene C6 H5 CH2 Cl 1-chloro-2-methylbenzene C7 H7 Cl (o-chlorotoluene) [95-49-8] 1-chloronaphthalene C10 H7 Cl 2-chloronaphthalene C10 H7 Cl 1.6×101 Schwarzenbach et al.3.5-tetrachlorobenzene C6 H2 Cl4 [95-94-3] pentachlorobenzene C6 HCl5 hexachlorobenzene C6 Cl6 kH [M/atm] 3.8×10−1 3000 3500 USEPA [1982] Leighton and Calo [1981] X X 3 3 2.1×101 4. [1988] V 8 .9×10−1 2.3.2. [1988] X V 3 8 3.4-dichlorophenol 4-chloro-2-nitrophenol C6 H4 ClNO3 [89-64-5] 4-chloro-5-methyl-2-nitrophenol C7 H6 ClNO3 (4-chloro-6-nitro-m-cresol) [7147-89-9] 3 3 3 3 1.3 1.4×10−3 2.9×10−1 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.mpg.5×102 7.6 3.0×10−1 1.R.1 1.9×10−1 [K] 4800 reference Mackay and Shiu [1981] tenHulscher et al.4×10−1 3.9 2.mpch-mainz.0×101 2.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 83 substance 1.2. [1992] Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang tenHulscher et al.4.

9×10−4 2.1×10−3 2.2-dichlorotetrafluoroethane C2 F4 Cl2 (R114) 2.8 trichlorofluoromethane CFCl3 (R11) 2700 3100 740 3500 39 3 3 1.2.mpch-mainz.4×10−3 5.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 1.2×10−3 1.4×10−2 3. Kanakidou et al.2×10−3 1. Yaws and Yang Kavanaugh and Trussell Zheng et al. [1988] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V ? X V 39 3 8.1×10−2 3.0×10−2 1600 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al.2×10−4 8. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.4×10−3 2.5×10−4 8.5×10−3 3.1×10−2 8.mpg.84 R. [1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Pearson and McConnell Hine and Mookerjee Wilhelm et al.4×10−1 3.9×10−4 3200 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Ashworth et al.4×10−4 8. Yaws and Yang Staudinger and Roberts USEPA Ashworth et al.1.9×10−1 [K] reference type note compounds with chlorine and fluorine chlorofluoromethane CH2 FCl (R31) chlorodifluoromethane CHF2 Cl (R22) 2600 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al. Mackay and Shiu Yaws and Yang Munz and Roberts USEPA Liss and Slater Pearson and McConnell Mackay and Shiu Hunter-Smith et al.8×10−4 9.5×10−1 3.3×10−3 2.7×10−2 1.3×10−2 3.5×10−1 1.7×10−2 1.3×10−4 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] V ? 39 .5×10−1 1.2×10−3 9.4×10−2 2.0×10−2 1. Yaws and Yang [1975] [1977] [1995] [1992] [1980] [1997] [1992] V L ? V L C ? X M ? 39 3400 3400 2700 84 39 3 39 dichlorofluoromethane CHFCl2 (R21) chlorotrifluoromethane CF3 Cl (R13) dichlorodifluoromethane CF2 Cl2 (R12) 5.0×10−3 3.1×10−3 3. Hine and Mookerjee [1975] [1975] [1977] [1981] [1992] [1987] [1982] [1974] [1975] [1981] [1983] [1992] [1996] [1982] [1988] [1975] V L ? M V L L ? X X C M L M ? L X X V 39 81.1-dichlorotetrafluoroethane C2 F4 Cl2 (R114) 1.de/~sander/res/henry.2×10−3 1.5×10−3 2.1.2-tetrachlorodifluoroethane C2 F2 Cl4 (R112) 1.2-trichlorotrifluoroethane C2 F3 Cl3 (R113) 1.8 1800 3500 -210 39 3 3 81.0×10−3 2.0×10−2 1.

[1977] Yaws and Yang [1992] Kanakidou et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1998b] M 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 85 substance chloropentafluoroethane C2 F5 Cl (R115) dichlorotrifluoroethane C2 HF3 Cl2 (R123) 1-chloro-1. [1995] Mirabel et al. [1995] type V L ? C note 39 2600 1.5×104 10000 Bowden et al.1-trifluoroethane C2 H2 F3 Cl (R133) 1.4×10−4 3. [1995] C 1. [1995] C 3.7×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 7. [1996] Kanakidou et al. [1995] C 2. [1995] E 1.8×10−4 2. [1995] C M E 80 2. [1995] E 3.2.0×103 Kanakidou et al.1×10−2 3200 Kanakidou et al.9 5900 Kanakidou et al.1-dichloro-1-fluoroethane CH3 CFCl2 (R141B) 1-chloro-1. [1995] C 2.R.1.4×10−2 2500 Kanakidou et al.mpch-mainz.0×101 Kanakidou et al.0 3.5 2.9×10−2 [K] 2800 reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al.0×103 Kanakidou et al.2.9×10−3 5200 Kanakidou et al.2×10−4 3.2-tetrafluoroethane C2 HF4 Cl (R124) 2-chloro-1.de/~sander/res/henry.mpg. [1995] E 85 .1-difluoroethane CH3 CF2 Cl (R142B) chlorodifluoroethanoic acid CF2 ClCOOH (chlorodifluoroacetic acid) [76-04-0] chlorodifluoroethanoic peroxyacid CClF2 COOOH dichlorofluoroethanoic peroxyacid CCl2 FCOOOH carbonic chloride fluoride COFCl trifluoroacetylchloride CF3 COCl generic peroxide with fluorine and/or chlorine ROOH chlorodifluoronitrooxymethane CClF2 OONO2 kH [M/atm] 3.0×101 Kanakidou et al.

7 1.4×10−3 1.3 1.1 [K] reference type note compounds with bromine bromomethane CH3 Br [74-83-9] 3100 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Wilhelm et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 1. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3×10−1 1.9×10−1 1.8 1.1 1.mpch-mainz.4×10−1 9. [1992a] Tse et al. [1995] USEPA [1982] Tse et al.2-dibromoethane C2 H4 Br2 [106-93-4] 1-bromopropane C3 H7 Br [106-94-5] 2-bromopropane C3 H7 Br [75-26-3] 1.1×10−1 1.9 2.5×10−1 4.3×10−1 1.0×10−1 1.3 1.1 6. Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang [1975] [1992] [1982] [1988] [1975] [1992] V L L ? X V L M M X X V L M C M M X X X L X V ? V ? X X V ? V ? V ? V 360 8 39 3 dibromomethane CH2 Br2 [74-95-3] 3900 4400 3700 4000 3 3 tribromomethane CHBr3 [75-25-2] 5700 5000 2700 4300 5200 5200 4700 3 3 3 3 39 bromoethane C2 H5 Br [74-96-4] 1.86 R.mpg. 8 39 . [1984] Nicholson et al.4 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.1 1.8×10−1 1.2-dibromopropane C3 H6 Br2 [78-75-1] 1.9 1.0 1.5 1. [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Nicholson et al.6×10−1 1. [1992b] Moore et al. [1995] Wright et al.2 1.3×10−1 1. [1992] Wright et al.1 9.6 2.de/~sander/res/henry.7 2. [1992b] Moore et al. 8 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] 39.3-dibromopropane C3 H6 Br2 [109-64-8] 1900 3900 39 3 3 39.1 1. [1984] Wright et al.2×10−2 1.1 3.6×10−1 1. [1977] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] USEPA [1982] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Wright et al. [1992a] Staudinger and Roberts [1996] Munz and Roberts [1987] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee Yaws and Yang USEPA Ashworth et al.

1×10−2 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.mpg.5×105 9300 Bowden et al.9×10−1 4. Yaws and Yang Hine and Mookerjee [1975] [1993] [1992] [1975] type V M ? V note 39 3.8×10−1 4.1×10−1 5300 5400 Hine and Mookerjee Mackay and Shiu Mackay and Shiu Hansen et al.0×105 9000 Bowden et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 87 substance 1-bromobutane C4 H9 Br [109-65-9] 1-bromo-2-methylpropane C4 H9 Br [78-77-3] 2-bromo-2-methylpropane C4 H9 Br 1-bromo-3-methylbutane C5 H11 Br [107-82-4] 1-bromopentane C5 H11 Br 3-bromo-1-propene C3 H5 Br bromoethanoic acid CH2 BrCOOH (bromoacetic acid) [79-08-3] dibromoethanoic acid CHBr2 COOH (dibromoacetic acid) [631-64-1] tribromoethanoic acid CBr3 COOH (tribromoacetic acid) [75-96-7] bromobenzene C6 H5 Br [108-86-1] kH [M/atm] 8. [1998b] M 2. [1998b] M 3.4×10−1 4.de/~sander/res/henry.7×10−1 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39 1.1×10−2 Yaws and Yang [1992] ? 39.R.3×105 8900 Bowden et al.mpch-mainz. 86 2.0×10−1 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V .0 4.1×10−1 5. Yaws and Yang Hansen et al. [1998b] M 1.7×10−2 8.4-dibromobenzene C6 H4 Br2 [106-37-6] 1-bromo-4-methylbenzene BrC6 H4 CH3 (p-bromotoluene) 1-bromo-2-ethylbenzene BrC6 H4 C2 H5 4. Mackay and Shiu [1975] [1981] [1981] [1995] [1992] [1993] [1981] V L M M ? X L 39 3 2. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.3×10−1 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Mackay and Shiu [1981] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V L V 3.3-dibromobenzene C6 H4 Br2 [108-36-1] 1.3×10−2 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee Hoff et al.2×10−2 4.4×10−1 5.9×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V 5.8×10−1 4.3×10−2 4.7×10−1 5.

Staudinger and Roberts Hine and Mookerjee [1984] [1984] [1984] [1995] [1982] [1992] [1980] [1996] [1984] [1984] [1984] [1995] [1982] [1992] [1988] [1980] [1996] [1975] M C C M X X X L M C C M X X X X L V 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6.1 4700 1200 3900 5200 5200 4900 2500 4000 6400 5000 5500 Nicholson et al.0×10−3 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V dibromochloromethane CHClBr2 1-chloro-2-bromoethane C2 H4 BrCl [107-04-0] 1-bromo-4-chlorobenzene ClC6 H4 Br 6.1 7.88 R.de/~sander/res/henry. Staudinger and Roberts Nicholson et al. Ervin et al.6×10−1 5.3×10−1 4.6×10−1 8. Nicholson et al.5×10−1 4.7×10−1 8. Nicholson et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.8×10−1 8.2 9.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 1-bromo-2-(2-propyl)-benzene BrC6 H4 C3 H7 (o-bromocumene) 4-bromophenol HOC6 H4 Br bromotrifluoromethane CHF3 Br bromodichloromethane CHCl2 Br kH [M/atm] 1.3×10−1 1.0×103 8200 Parsons et al.9×10−1 Mackay and Shiu [1981] L . Ervin et al. Moore et al. USEPA Tse et al. USEPA Tse et al. [1971] M 54 2.0×10−1 4. Ashworth et al. Nicholson et al.mpch-mainz.2 1.7×10−1 [K] reference Hine and Mookerjee [1975] type V note 7.3×10−1 4.1 1.mpg. Nicholson et al.2×10−1 3.8×10−1 4.7×10−1 1.0×10−1 1. Moore et al.

Moore et al.2×10−1 8. [1995] L ? M 39 .7×10−1 1.4×10−1 [K] reference type note compounds with iodine iodomethane CH3 I [74-88-4] Liss and Slater Hine and Mookerjee Hunter-Smith et al.8×10−1 7.4×10−1 3.mpg.8×10−1 1.1×10−1 6.mpch-mainz. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.4×10−1 1.3 2.9×10−1 1.1×10−1 1.5×10−1 8. Yaws and Yang [1974] [1975] [1983] [1995] [1992] [1995] [1992] C V M M ? M ? ? 3800 4300 5000 39 39 39 diiodomethane CH2 I2 [75-11-6] triiodomethane CHI3 (iodoform) [75-47-8] iodoethane C2 H5 I [75-03-6] 1-iodopropane C3 H7 I [107-08-4] 2-iodopropane C3 H7 I [75-30-9] 1-iodobutane C4 H9 I [542-69-8] iodobenzene C6 H5 I [591-50-4] chloroiodomethane CH2 ClI [593-71-5] Yaws and Yang [1992] 1.8×10−1 1. Yaws and Yang Moore et al.R.9×10−1 4300 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Yaws and Yang [1992] Moore et al.5×10−1 2. 8 7.3×10−2 Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] V ? V ? V ? V 39.8 3. 8 39 39.9×10−2 1.de/~sander/res/henry.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 89 substance kH [M/atm] 1.

1×10−1 3.1 4.5×10−1 [K] reference type note compounds with sulfur methanethiol CH3 SH (methyl mercaptan) 3100 2800 1600 3400 Hine and Weimar Przyjazny et al.mpg.4×10−1 6.7×10−1 6. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.4×10−1 9.9×10−1 7.6×10−1 3. Aneja and Overton Russell et al.2×10−1 2.6×10−1 3.3×10−1 3.mpch-mainz.0×10−1 2.6×10−1 4.0×10−1 4700 Przyjazny et al.6×10−1 4.8×10−1 4000 4000 Vitenberg et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 3. [1983] M 8. Karl and Lindinger Yaws and Yang Przyjazny et al. Vitenberg et al.1 5. [1983] 3.0 4.90 R.de/~sander/res/henry. Vitenberg et al.3×10−1 3800 Przyjazny et al.8×10−1 8.5×10−1 1.4×10−1 2. [1965] [1983] [1992] [1995] [1982] [1975] [1983] [1975] [1997] [1992] [1983] M M E M X V M M M ? M 87 3 ethanethiol C2 H5 SH (ethyl mercaptan) [75-08-1] 1-propanethiol C3 H7 SH 1-butanethiol C4 H9 SH [109-75-5] thiophenol C6 H5 SH thioanisole C6 H5 SCH3 dimethyl sulfide CH3 SCH3 (DMS) 43 39 3600 2. Przyjazny et al.2×10−1 1. Vitenberg et al.8×10−1 4.6×10−1 3.5×10−1 5.2×10−1 5.1×10−1 5. USEPA Hine and Mookerjee Przyjazny et al.6×10−1 5.6×10−1 6.0×10−2 4. [1965] [1972] [1975] [1975] [1983] [1983] [1984] [1984] [1990] [1992] [1995] [1975] [1983] M ? V V V V V M M R M C X M X E M V M M 39 8 8 88.6×10−1 2. Vitenberg et al. 8 . [1983] Yaws and Yang [1992] Hine and Weimar [1965] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Hine and Weimar [1965] Hine and Mookerjee [1975] Hine and Weimar Lovelock et al. Russell et al.8×10−1 2. Yaws and Yang [1975] [1975] [1983] [1975] [1983] [1992] M R M M M ? 8 8 8 39. De Bruyn et al. Hine and Mookerjee Przyjazny et al.2×10−1 9.1×10−1 2. De Bruyn et al. Vitenberg et al. 83 48 89 87 3700 3500 3500 3100 4600 4200 diethyl sulfide C2 H5 SC2 H5 dipropyl sulfide C3 H7 SC3 H7 di-(2-propyl)-sulfide (C3 H7 )2 S dimethyl disulfide CH3 SSCH3 diethyl disulfide C2 H5 SSC2 H5 Przyjazny et al.0 3. Przyjazny et al. Przyjazny et al.6×10−1 4.2×10−1 7. Cline and Bates Gaffney and Senum Dacey et al.

[1994] E 6.2×10−2 2. Yaws and Yang USEPA Hine and Mookerjee [1901] [1906] [1907] [1917] [1977] [1982] [1995] [1992] [1906] [1943] [1995] [1992] [1982] [1975] X X X X L X M ? X X M ? X V 30. 79 30 90 30. [1981] De Bruyn et al. [1994] X C 11 >5. Hoyt De Bruyn et al.R.1×10−2 2.0×104 Gmehling et al.6×10−2 4.6×10−2 3. [1983] Yaws and Yang [1992] Przyjazny et al.5×1013 /KA Brimblecombe and Clegg [1988] T 20 carbon disulfide CS2 2.4×103 >5. [1983] type M ? M note 39 4000 1. 83 39 30 30 39 3 .1×10−2 2.de/~sander/res/henry. 8 91.2×10−2 1.4×10−1 3.2×10−2 7.4×10−2 5.9×10−2 5.mpch-mainz. Yaws and Yang Rex Booth and Jolley De Bruyn et al.5×10−2 5.3×10−2 2.0×104 De Bruyn et al.5×10−2 2.4×10−1 4.2×10−1 [K] 3700 reference Przyjazny et al.0×101 3300 3300 3000 3600 2100 4000 4100 2800 1200 Hempel Winkler Winkler Stock and Kuss Wilhelm et al.2’-dichlorodiethylsulfide (ClCH2 CH2 )2 S (mustard gas) 3.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 91 substance thiophene C4 H4 S [110-02-1] 2-methyl-thiophene CH3 C4 H3 S dimethylsulfoxide CH3 SOCH3 (DMSO) dimethylsulfone CH3 SO2 CH3 (DMSO2) methanesulfonic acid CH3 SO3 H (MSA) carbon oxide sulfide OCS (carbonyl sulfide) kH [M/atm] 4.1×10−2 1.mpg. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www.

2.2. [1988] M X 92 5.1 3.5 1. [1987] [1982] [1985] [1985] [1982] [1987] [1985] [1985] [1987] [1982] [1985] X X X X X X X X X X X X X X M X M X X M 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 93. etc. [1988] Burkhard et al.8 2.0 3.mpg.2×101 [K] reference type note polychlorobiphenyls (PCB’s). Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. Murphy et al.4 2.0×101 4. [1994] Shiu et al.2×10−1 3.3. [1994] Shiu et al.5-PCB C12 H8 Cl2 (IUPAC-9) [34883-39-1] 3. [1985] Dunnivant et al. [1988] 93 3 93 5700 1.7-DiCDD) [33857-26-0] 1. Burkhard et al.3’-PCB C12 H8 Cl2 (IUPAC-11) [2050-67-1] 3.3 8. [1985] Murphy et al. USEPA Burkhard et al.7×101 1. pesticides.6 3.2. USEPA Burkhard et al. Burkhard et al.3.3 7.0 2.3 1.6×101 Santl et al.4-trichlorodibenzo[b.8×101 2.0 2.8 Burkhard et al.de/~sander/res/henry. [1985] Dunnivant et al.0 2.9 3.e][1.4’-PCB C12 H8 Cl2 (IUPAC-12) [2974-92-7] Murphy et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance kH [M/atm] 1.7-dichlorodibenzo[b.4-TriCDD) 1. [1983] Burkhard et al. [1985] Dunnivant et al. [1985] Dunnivant et al.5 4.4-tetrachlorodibenzo[b.4 3.1×101 2.5 4.4]dioxin C12 H6 O2 Cl2 (2. USEPA Murphy et al.e][1. [1988] M X 92 4. [1988] X M 93 . [1988] M X 92 2.2.6 2. 94 93 aroclor1248 aroclor1254 aroclor1260 aroclor1268 2.7×101 Santl et al.2.2 6700 10000 5900 7300 7500 4700 9700 8000 8300 9700 4400 8700 Burkhard et al. [1994] Shiu et al.4]dioxin C12 H4 O2 Cl4 (1.92 R.4]dioxin C12 H5 O2 Cl3 (1.e][1.6×10−2 2. [1992] Burkhard et al. Burkhard et al.mpch-mainz. [1988] tenHulscher et al.2’-PCB C12 H8 Cl2 (IUPAC-4) [13029-08-8] 2.4-TCDD) [30746-58-8] aroclor1221 aroclor1242 Santl et al.

4×101 3.1 3. Dunnivant et al. Dunnivant et al.8 3.6’-PCB C12 H6 Cl4 (IUPAC-53) [41464-41-9] 3.5.8 8.3’.1 3. [1985] Dunnivant et al.3’-PCB C12 H6 Cl4 (IUPAC-40) [38444-93-8] 2.2’. Westcott et al. [1988] 93 2.9 2.5 3.9 4. [1983] [1984] [1985] [1988] [1985] [1988] type X X X M X M note 93.0 [K] reference Murphy et al.5 1.6-PCB C12 H7 Cl3 (IUPAC-30) [35693-92-6] 2.4×10−1 1. [1992] X M X X 93 3 3 8.2’. 8 93 .9 Westcott et al. [1988] Westcott et al.9 <3.2 6.R. Dunnivant et al. Coates Burkhard et al.3’. Westcott et al.3 4.0×101 1. Burkhard et al.9 >1.6’-PCB C12 H6 Cl4 (IUPAC-54) [15968-05-5] 2. [1985] Dunnivant et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1985] Dunnivant et al.3 4.mpg. 8 93 93 3 93 93 6100 2. Oliver Burkhard et al.4. Oliver Hassett and Milicic Burkhard et al.4. 94 93.8 <9. [1981] [1981] [1983] [1985] [1985] [1985] [1988] [1992] [1984] [1985] [1988] X X M X X X X X X M X X X M X M 93.5-PCB C12 H7 Cl3 (IUPAC-26) [38444-81-4] 2.9 4.1 1.4.7 1. [1981] [1981] [1985] [1985] [1988] X X X X M 93 93 93.6.9 9.2’.2 3.2 5.5’-PCB C12 H5 Cl5 (IUPAC-101) [37680-73-2] Burkhard et al.3. Dunnivant et al. Murphy et al. [1988] USEPA [1982] tenHulscher et al.5.6 5000 6000 Burkhard et al.mpch-mainz.8 5.5’-PCB C12 H6 Cl4 (IUPAC-52) [35693-99-3] kH [M/atm] 3.4.de/~sander/res/henry. [1988] X M 93 >2.9 2.2’.4’-PCB C12 H7 Cl3 2. Dunnivant et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) 93 substance 4.4’-PCB C12 H8 Cl2 (IUPAC-15) [2050-68-2] 2. 94 93 93 93 2.1×101 Burkhard et al.3 6.4 Oliver [1985] Burkhard et al. Coates Burkhard et al.4×102 3. tenHulscher et al.4’-PCB C12 H6 Cl4 (IUPAC-77) [32598-13-3] 2.3×101 1. [1985] Dunnivant et al.2’. 8 93 93 93 93.5.

1×10−2 1.2’.8 8.5×10−1 1.3 3. [1983] [1984] [1985] [1985] [1988] [1984] [1985] [1988] X X M X X X X M X X M X X X 93.5’-PCB C12 H4 Cl6 (IUPAC-153) [35065-27-1] 2.2 5500 11000 Mackay and Shiu [1981] Brimblecombe [1986] Kucklick et al.4’.1 [K] reference Burkhard et al. Dunnivant et al. 8 93 93 93 1500 6500 Meylan and Howard [1991] USEPA [1982] Kucklick et al.html) −d ln kH d(1/T ) substance 2.8×102 1.6.4.4.4.3.7 7.6-hexachlorocyclohexane C6 H6 Cl6 (lindane) [58-89-9] dodecachloropentacyclodecane C10 Cl12 (mirex) [2385-85-5] kH [M/atm] 5.1 1.6.2’. Coates Oliver Burkhard et al. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. [1988] Murphy et al.6’-PCB C12 H4 Cl6 (IUPAC-155) [33979-03-2] hexachlorocyclopentadiene C5 Cl6 [77-47-4] α-1.de/~sander/res/henry. 94 93 93.3.6’-PCB C12 H5 Cl5 (IUPAC-104) [56558-16-8] 2.5.6-hexachlorocyclohexane C6 H6 Cl6 γ-1. 94 93 93. [1985] Dunnivant et al.2.6×101 5.5×101 3. Coates Burkhard et al. [1991] 3 3 3 3.2’.4’. [1988] type X M note 93 2.7×10−2 6.3×102 Murphy et al.mpg.4.mpch-mainz. [1991] Yin and Hassett [1986] L ? X X 38 3 3 .2’.2×102 2. [1985] Dunnivant et al.5×10−1 1.5. [1983] Burkhard et al.3’.2×103 2.4’-PCB C12 H4 Cl6 (IUPAC-128) [38380-07-3] 2.94 R.4.0 1.6 8.2.7 6. Dunnivant et al.3×101 2.3.4.5.

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1) The value is taken from the compilation of solubilities by W. Asman (unpublished). 2) Only the tabulated data between T = 273 K and T = 303 K from Dean [1992] was used to derive kH and −∆soln H/R. Above T = 303 K the tabulated data could not be parameterized by equation (4) very well. The partial pressure of water vapor (needed to convert some Henry’s law constants) was calculated using the formula given by Sander et al. [1994]. The quantities A and α from Dean [1992] were assumed to be identical. 3) Value given here as quoted by Staudinger and Roberts [1996]. 4) Hoffmann and Jacob [1984] refer to several references in their list of Henry’s law constants but they don’t assign them to specific species. 5) Calculated from correlation between the polarizabilities and solubilities of stable gases. The temperature dependence is an estimate of the upper limit. 6) Jacob [1986] assumed the temperature dependence to be the same as for water. 7) Schwartz [1984] gives an upper limit of kH = 6.8×103 M/atm. In the abstract a range of 1×103 M/atm < kH < 3×103 M/atm is given. The mean value of this range (2×103 M/atm) has been used by Lelieveld and Crutzen [1991], Pandis and Seinfeld [1989], and Jacob [1986]. 8) Value at T = 293 K. 9) This value is a correction of the solubility published by Lind and Kok [1986]. 10) This value was measured at low pH. It is superseded by a later publication of the same group [Lind and Kok , 1994]. 11) Value given here as quoted by Betterton [1992]. 12) Bone et al. [1983] gives Carter et al. [1968] as the source for the data. However, no data was found in that reference. 13) Several references are given in the list of Henry’s law constants but not assigned to specific species. 14) The parametrization given by Lide and Frederikse [1995] (parameters A, B, C) doesn’t fit the data in the same paper for this substance. Therefore the parametriztaion of the solubility data (X1 ) was recalculated. 15) Value at T = 295 K. 16) Value obtained by estimating the diffusion coefficient for NO3 to be D = 1.0×10−5 cm2 /s. 17) The value given by Seinfeld and Pandis [1998] is wrong. 18) The assumption of irreversible hydrolysis is equivalent to an infinite effective Henry’s law constant. 19) This value was extrapolated from data at T = 230 K and T = 273 K. 20) For strong acids, the solubility is often expressed as kH = ([H+ ] + [A− ])/p(HA). To obtain the physical solubility of HA, the value has to be divided by the acidity constant KA . 21) Brimblecombe and Clegg [1989] corrects erroneous data from Brimblecombe and Clegg [1988]. 22) Lelieveld and Crutzen [1991] assume the temperature dependence to be the same as for a(H+ )a(NO− )/p(HNO3 ) in 3 Schwartz and White [1981]. 23) M¨ller and Mauersberger [1992] assumed the solubility to be comparable to HNO3 . o 24) This value was extrapolated from data at T = 215 K and T = 263 K. 25) fitting parameter used in numerical modeling. 26) Kruis and May [1962] claim that Cl2 does not obey Henry’s law. Looking at their interpolation formula, however, it seems that this is only because they did not consider the equilibrium Cl2 + H2 O HOCl + HCl. 27) Chameides and Stelson [1992] refer to Jacob [1986] and Chameides [1984] but this value cannot be found there. 28) Data from Table 1 in preprint of the paper. J. Geophys. Res. forgot to print the tables. 29) Fickert [1998] extracted a value for HOBr from wetted-wall flow tube experiments. However, it was later discovered that under the experimental conditions no evaluation of kH is possible (J. Crowley, pers. comm., 1999). 30) As quoted by Kruis and May [1962]. 31) Dubik et al. [1987] measured the solubility in concentrated salt solutions (natural brines).

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33) Calculated by R. Vogt (pers. comm., 1996), using data from Wagman et al. [1982] and the aqueous-phase equilibrium BrCl + Br− Br2 Cl− from Wang et al. [1994]. 34) Value at T = 290 K. 35) Thompson and Zafiriou [1983] quote a paper as the source that gives only the solubility but not the Henry’s law constant. 36) Gmitro and Vermeulen [1964] give partial pressures of H2 SO4 over a concentrated solution (e.g. 10−7 mmHg for 70 weight-percent at 298 K). Extrapolating this to dilute solutions can only be considered an order-of-magnitude approximation for kH . 37) Interpolation of the original data at T < 300 K. According to Morrison and Johnstone [1954] the solubility increases at higher temperatures. 38) Value at T = 288 K. 39) Yaws and Yang [1992] give several references for the Henry’s law constants but don’t assign them to specific species. 40) Hansen et al. [1995] found that the solubility of 2-methylhexane increses with temperature. 41) Value at T = 294 K. 42) Value given here as quoted by Wasik and Tsang [1970]. 43) Karl and Lindinger [1997] also measured solubilities in salt solutions. 44) The value given by Wilhelm et al. [1977] is wrong. 45) Value given here as cited in Dewulf et al. [1995]. 46) This paper supersedes earlier work with more concentrated solutions [Butler et al., 1933]. 47) Value given here as quoted by Hine and Weimar [1965]. 48) Value given here as quoted by Gaffney et al. [1987]. 49) Value at T = 303 K. 50) Koga [1995] found that tert-butanol does not obey Henry’s law at c > 3.8 mM. 51) Value obtained by Saxena and Hildemann [1996] using the group contribution method. 52) Value at T = 307 K. 53) Value given here as quoted by Hine and Mookerjee [1975]. 54) It is assumed here that the thermodynamic data in Parsons et al. [1971] refers to the units [mol dm−3 ] and [atm] as standard states. 55) Value given here as quoted by L¨ttke and Levsen [1997]. u 56) It is assumed here that the thermodynamic data in Parsons et al. [1972] refers to the units [mol dm−3 ] and [atm] as standard states. 57) Saxena and Hildemann [1996] say that this value is unreliable. 58) Value given here as quoted by Mackay et al. [1995]. 59) Jacob [1986] assumes kH (CH3 OO) = kH (CH3 OOH) × kH (HO2 )/kH (H2 O2 ). 60) Lelieveld and Crutzen [1991] assume kH (CH3 OO) = kH (HO2 ). 61) Ledbury and Blair [1925] (and also Blair and Ledbury [1925]) measured the solubility of HCHO at very high concentrations around 5 to 15 M. Their value of kH increases with HCHO concentration. Lelieveld and Crutzen [1991], Hough [1991], and Pandis and Seinfeld [1989] all use these solubility data but do not specify how they extrapolated to lower concentrations. Since the concentration range is far away from typical values in atmospheric chemistry the data is not reproduced here. 62) Dong and Dasgupta [1986] found that the Henry’s law constant for HCHO is not a true constant but increases with increasing concentration. They recommend the expression [HCHO] = 10(4538/T −11.34) × p(HCHO)(252.2/T +0.2088)

67) Value given here as quoted by Vitenberg et al.7 M/atm This can obviously only be valid for T >> 255. 71) Pecsar and Martin [1966] is quoted as the source. 69) The value given here was measured at a liquid phase volume mixing ratio of 10−6 . [1996] is wrong. 77) Value at T = 373 K. Servant et al. 76) The value given by Schurath et al. . [1975]. 78) Value at T = 301 K. 63) Betterton and Hoffmann [1988] list effective values that take into account hydration of the aldehydes: kH = ([RCHO] + [RCH(OH)2 ])/p(RCHO) 64) The data from Table 1 by Zhou and Mopper [1990] was used to redo the regression analysis. 75) The value given by Warneck et al. 89) Value given here as quoted by De Bruyn et al.689 + 205.mpch-mainz. [1995] assume kH (CClF2 OONO2 ) = kH (PAN).mpg. [1995]. 80) Estimate for R = haloalkylgroup. 82) Value at T = 275 K. 86) Value at T = 291 K.9/(T − 255. 70) Staudinger and Roberts [1996] give ‘Khan & Brimblecombe’ as the reference but don’t include this paper in their list of references. this equation results in kH = 2. for example. 68) Value given here as cited in Saxena and Hildemann [1996]. [1975].1)) × 11. 91) Value given here as quoted by Rasmussen et al. [1996] is wrong. [1994]. [1983]. The data for acetone in their Table 2 is wrong.98 R. It should be noted that this expression does not converge asymptotically to a constant value at infinite dilution. 72) Kames and Schurath [1992] couldn’t assign the values to the isomers. [1988]. p(HCHO) = partial pressure in [atm]. 79) Value at T = 287 K.15 K and a partial pressure of p(HCHO) = 10−9 atm. 85) Kanakidou et al. no details are available. there only activity coefficients and no vapor pressures are listed.5×103 M/atm. However. and T = temperature in [K]. At T = 298.1 K. [1982]. 84) The temperature dependence (after a unit conversion) is given as: kH = exp(−8. [1991] found that the Henry’s law constant changes at higher concentrations. 94) Value at ‘room temperature’. 74) Value at T = 283 K. 81) The same data was also published in McConnell et al. 73) The same data was also published in Fischer and Ballschmiter [1998a]. 65) Value given here as quoted by Bone et al. 66) The value citet by Betterton [1992] is wrong. 87) Calculated molecular structure relationship.de/~sander/res/henry. 93) Value given here as quoted by Dunnivant et al. 88) Cline and Bates [1983] refer to an unpublished manuscript.html) with [HCHO] = aqueous-phase concentration in [mol/l]. 83) Solubility in sea water. 90) Value given here as quoted by Loomis [1928]. Sander: Henry’s law constants (http://www. 92) Value given here as quoted by Santl et al.

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