Table 5. Standard Water Melting and Boiling Temperatures and Enthalpies of the Transitions
40.656 (44.016 at 298 K)
Table 6. Water Cryoscopic (Freezing Point Depression) and Ebullioscopic (Boiling Point Elevation) Constants
Kf = 1.86 K∙mol-1∙kg-1 (cryoscopic constant)
Kb = 0.51 K∙mol-1∙kg-1 (cryoscopic constant)
Water full-range spectral absorption curve. This curve shows the full-range spectral absorption for water. The y-axis signifies the absorption in 1/cm. If we divide 1 by this value, we will obtain the length of the path (in cm) after which the intensity of a light beam passing through water decays by a factor of the base of the natural logarithm e (e = 2.718281828).