A compilation of experimental values of the infinite dilution partial molar Gibbs energy, enthalpy, and heat capacity of hydration, together with molar volumes in water at 298.15 K and 0.1 MPa, is presented for aliphatic noncyclic ketones. These data, combined with the related results for aliphatic noncyclic hydrocarbons and monohydric alcohols, were treated in the framework of a simple first-order group additivity scheme. Numerical values of the contributions to each of the thermodynamic properties are obtained by the least-squares procedure for the following groups: CH3, CH2, CH, C, OH, and CO.
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