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GB/T 35930-2018
ICS 71.040.01
G 04
Determination of vapor pressure of
chemical products - Thermogravimetry method
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of the People's Republic of China;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Principle for test method ... 4
3 Apparatus ... 4
4 Reagents and materials ... 5
5 Analytical procedures ... 5
6 Result analysis and treatment ... 6
7 Test report ... 7
Annex A (Informative) Vapor pressure data of benzoic acid ... 8
Determination of vapor pressure of
chemical products - Thermogravimetry method
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the method for the determination of vapor pressure of chemical
products using the thermogravimetry method.
This Standard applies to all solids and liquids of saturated vapor pressure within the
range of 1-10 Pa ~ 1 Pa.
Impurities in chemical products have a certain influence on vapor pressure results
during measurement.
2 Principle for test method
In this Standard, thermogravimetric analysis meter is used to determine the speed of
loss in mass within a certain time under relatively high temperature and indoor
pressure. Under a slow inert gas flow atmosphere and temperature T (in K), the loss
in mass of sample is monitored within a certain time to obtain the speed of loss in mass
vT. Based on the linear relationships between vapor pressure logarithm and the speed
of loss in mass, saturated vapor pressure pT at temperature T can be calculated from
vT. If necessary, vapor pressure under 20°C and 25°C can be extrapolated from the
regression between 1npT and 1/T.
3 Apparatus
3.1 Thermogravimetry analysis meter, which is equipped with the following devices.
3.1.1 Thermo-balance, including the following elements.
a) furnace chamber. capable of staying at a constant temperature and heating sample
to 450°C at a constant speed of 5°C/min ~ 25°C/min;
b) temperature sensor. used to display the temperature of sample/furnace chamber,
with a sensitivity of ± 0.1°C;
c) continuous record balance. with a sensitivity of ± 10 μg;
d) controlled inert gas atmosphere device. with a purity of inert carrier gas above 99.99%
and rate of flow (0 mL/min ± 5 mL/min) ~ (100 mL/min ± 5 mL/min).
3.1.2 Temperature controller. capable of executing specific temperature programs
within temperature intervals selected, with a temperature change ratio of 0°C/min ~
25°C/min and temperature fluctuation within ± 0.5°C.
3.1.3 Recording unit. capable of recording and displaying the mass signals of sample
and the changes of noise signals to temperature and noise (the TGA Curve).
3.1.4 Crucibles. their area can be measured; they will not react with sample; they can
remain stable under 450°C.
3.2 Graduated micropipettes. with a capacity of 20 μL ~ 40 μL and tolerance ± 1 μL.
4 Reagents and materials
4.1 Benzoic acid. with a purity not lower than 99.9%.
4.2 Nitrogen. with a purity of 99.99% (or other inert carrier gases). It is dried using
molecular sieve or silica gel.
5 Analytical procedures
5.1 Sample pre-treatment
Apply liquid sample evenly on the surface of crucible (3.1.4). If sample is a solid, semi-
solid or viscous liquid, it can be dissolved using an appropriate solvent and then
infiltrated on the surface of crucible (3.1.4) using a solution.
5.2 Sample determination
5.2.1 Place crucible (3.1.4) applied with sample in the test chamber of
thermogravimetric analysis meter; dry to a constant weight in a nitrogen (4.2)
atmosphere. Adjust nitrogen (4.2) flow which shall not be too high, to ensure that
gasified molecules can be taken away in time.
5.2.2 Set the temperature control procedure which consists of a series of isothermal
sections. Maintain a temperature difference of 10 K between temperature sections. If
another temperature is used, it shall be indicated in report. Maintain for a certain time
before starting each temperature section; set 10 min or longer time of constant
temperature. The increase of constant-temperature time is normally to be benefit of
stable volatilization, but it will extend test time.
5.2.3 The lower limit of constant-temperature range is subjected to that there needs to
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