Trouton's rule

noun Trou·ton's rule \ˈtrau̇tənz-\

Definition of Trouton's rule

  1. :  a statement in physical chemistry: the molar heats of vaporization of pure liquids are proportional to the absolute temperatures of their boiling points

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Origin and Etymology of trouton's rule

after Frederick T. Trouton †1922 English physicist

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to cast off or become cast off

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