Solvent Boiling Points Chart

(all boiling points at standard pressure)

SolventBoiling Point (°C)SolventBoiling Point (°C)
Acetic Acid118.0Ethyl Acetate77.1
Acetic Acid Anhydride139.0Ethyl Ether34.6
Acetone56.3Ethylene Dichloride83.5
Acetonitrile81.6Ethylene Glycol197.5
Benzene80.1Heptane98.4
iso-Butanol107.7n-Hexane68.7
n-Butanol117.7Hydrochloric Acid84.8
tert-Butanol82.5Methanol64.7
Carbon Tetrachloride76.5Methylene Chloride39.8
Chlorobenzene131.7MTBE55.2
Chloroform61.2Pentane36.1
Cyclohexane80.7Petroleum Ether35.0-60.0
Cyclopentane49.3iso-Propanol82.3
Dichloromethane39.8n-Propanol97.2
Diethyl Ether34.6Pyridine115.3
Dimethyl Acetamide166.1Tetrahydrofuran66.0
Dimethyl Formamide153.0Toluene110.6
Dimethyl Sulfoxide189.0Trifluoroacetic Acid71.8
Dioxane101.0Water100.0
Ethanol78.3Xylene140.0

 

Note: Solvent boiling points acquired from materials published online by Honeywell Burdick and Jackson, University of Oxford, University of Louisville, Michigan State University, and IPS INCHEM and are inteded for use with the BrandTech Scientific Vacuum Pump Selection Guide only. Solvent listing does not necessarily imply chemical or physical compatibility with VACUUBRAND vacuum pumps and systems.

 

Please visit our Vacuum Pump Selection Guide for assistance with specifying the exact right vacuum pump for your application, including aspiration, centrifugal concentration, rotary evaporation, and more.