Trouton's ratio

Trouton's ratio

In physics, Trouton's ratio states that latent heat is connected to boiling point roughly by:

:frac{L_{vap{T_{boiling approx 80 frac{J}{K mol}.

ee also

*Frederick Thomas Trouton

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