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Boiling liquid oxygen

This is a list of gases at standard conditions This means the substance boils at or below 25 °C at 1 atmosphere pressure and is reasonably stable. "triple" means that is a triple point, and that the substance sublimes at one atmosphere pressure.

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Name Formula Boiling pt (°C) Melting pt (°C) CAS No
Helium-3 3He −269.96 na 14762-55-1
Helium-4 4He −268.928 na 7440-59-7
Hydrogen H2 −252.879 −259.16 1333-74-0
Neon Ne −246.046 −248.59 7440-01-9
Nitrogen N2 −195.795 −210.0 7727-37-9
Carbon monoxide CO −191.5 −205.02 630-08-0
Fluorine F2 −188.11 −219.67 7782-41-4
Argon Ar −185.848 −189.34 7440-37-1
Oxygen O2 −182.962 −218.79 7782-44-7
Methane CH4 −182.5 −164.00 74-82-8
Krypton Kr −153.415 −157.37 7439-90-9
Nitric oxide NO −151.74 −163.6 10102-43-9
Fluorine monoxide F2O −144.3 −223.8 7783-41-7
Tetrafluoromethane CF4 −127.8 −183.6 75-73-0
Nitrogen trifluoride NF3 −128.74 −206.79 7783-54-2
Silane SiH4 −111.9 −185 7803-62-5
trans-Difluorodiazine N2F2 −111.45 −172 13776-62-0
Ozone O3 −111.35 −193 10028-15-6
Xenon Xe −108.099 −111.75 7440-63-3
cis-Difluorodiazine N2F2 −105.75 13812-43-6
Ethylene CH2=CH2 −103.7 −169.2 74-85-1
Phosphorus(III) fluoride PF3 −101.8 −151.5 7783-55-3
Chlorine fluoride ClF −101.1 −155.6 7790-89-8
Boron trifluoride BF3 −99.9 −126.8 7637-07-2
Fluorosilane SiH3F −98.6 13537-33-2
Trifluorosilane SiHF3 −95 −131 13465-71-9
Trifluoromethylhypofluorite[1] CF3OF −95 −215 373-91-1
Diborane B2H6 −92.49 −164.85 19287-45-7
3,3-Difluorodiazirine[2] CF2N2 −91.3 693-85-6
Acetylene CH≡CH −84.7 −81.5 74-86-2
Ethane CH3CH3 −88.5 −182.8 74-84-0
Germane GeH4 −88.1 −165 7782-65-2
Nitrous oxide N2O −88.48 −90.8 10024-97-2
Phosphine PH3 −87.75 −133.8 7803-51-2
Trifluoramine oxide NOF3 −87.5 −161 13847-65-9
Tetrafluorosilane SiF4 −86 −90.2 7783-61-1
Trifluoronitrosomethane CF3NO −85 −196.6 334-99-6
Azidotrifluoromethane CF3N3 −85 −152 3802-95-7
Hydrogen chloride HCl −85 −114.17 7647-01-0
1,1-Difluoroethene CF2=CH2 −85.5 −144 75-38-7
Phosphorus(V) fluoride PF5 −84.6 −93.8 7647-19-0
Carbonyl fluoride COF2 −84.5 −111.2 353-50-4
Trifluoromethane CHF3 −82.1 −155.2 75-46-7
Chlorotrifluoromethane CClF3 −81.5 −181 75-72-9
Bis(difluoroboryl)methane[1] BF2CF2BF2 −81.4 ? 55124-14-6
Trifluoroisocyanomethane CF3NC −80 105879-13-8
Difluoromethylborane CH3BF2 −78.5 373-64-8
Carbon dioxide CO2 −78.464 −56.561 triple 124-38-9
Fluoromethane CH3F −78.4 −137.8 593-53-3
Hexafluoroethane CF3CF3 −78.1 −100.015 76-16-4
Pentafluoromethanamine CF3NF2 −78 −130 335-01-3
Difluorosilane SiH2F2 −77.8 −122 13824-36-7
Tetrafluoroethene CF2=CF2 −76 −131.14 116-14-3
Fluoroacetylene FCCH −74 −196 2713-09-9
Tetrafluorohydrazine N2F4 −74 −164.5 10036-47-2
Nitryl fluoride NO2F −72.4 −166 10022-50-1
Fluoroethene CH2FCH3 −72 −160.5 75-02-5
Chlorotrifluorosilane SiClF3 −70 −138 14049-36-6
Trifluoroacetonitrile CF3CN −68.8 353-85-5
Nitrogen chloride difluoride NClF2 −67 −195 13637-87-1
Hydrogen bromide HBr −66.38 −86.80 10035-10-6
Borane carbonyl BH3CO −64 −137 13205-44-2
Fluoroperoxytrifluoromethane[3] CF3OOF −64
Bis(fluoroxy)difluoromethane[4] CF2(OF)2 −64 16282-67-0
Sulfur hexafluoride SF6 −63.8 −49.596 triple 2551-62-4
Tetrafluorooxirane[citation needed] C2F4O −63.5 694-17-7
Arsine AsH3 −62.5 −166 7784-42-1
Thiocarbonyl fluoride[5] CSF2 −62.1 −163.5 420-32-6
Radon Rn −61.7 −71 10043-92-2
Difluorocyanamide[1][6] NF2CN −61 −196 7127-18-6
Nitrosyl fluoride ONF −59.9 −132.5 7789-25-5
Hydrogen sulfide H2S −59.55 −85.5 7783-06-4
Trifluoroacetyl fluoride[7] CF3COF −59 −159.5 354-34-7
Hexafluorodimethyl ether[8] CF3OCF3 −59 333-36-8
Bromotrifluoromethane CBrF3 −57.75 −167.78 75-63-8
Difluoroaminooxyperfluoromethane[1][9] CF3ONF2 −57.63 4217-93-0
Methylsilane CH3SiH3 −57.5 −156.5 992-94-9
Difluorine dioxide F2O2 −57 dec −163.5 7783-44-0
Sulfuryl fluoride SO2F2 −55.4 −135.8 2699-79-8
Dichlorofluorosilane SiHCl2F −54.3
trans-1,2-Difluoroethene CHF=CHF −53.1 1630-78-0
Trifluoroethene CF2=CHF −53 359-11-5
Arsenic(V) fluoride AsF5 −52.8 −79.8 7784-36-3
Phosphorothioc trifluoride PSF3 −52.25 −148.8 2404-52-6
Difluoromethane CH2F2 −52 −136 75-10-5
Difluoroamino carbonyl fluoride[10][11] F2NCOF −52 −152.2 2368-32-3
Stannane SnH4 −51.8 −146 2406-52-2
Tetrafluoropropyne[12] CF3C≡CF −50.39
Carbon oxysulfide OCS −50.2 −138.8 463-58-1
Pentafluoroethyl hypofluorite[13] C2F5OF −50
Chlorodifluorosilane[14] SiHClF2 −50~
Ketene CH2=C=O −49.7 −151 463-51-4
Sulfur fluoride oxide SOF4 −48.5 −99.6 13709-54-1
3,3,3-Trifluoro-1-propyne CF3CCH −48.3 661-54-1
Pentafluoroethane CF3CHF2 −48.1 −100.6 354-33-6
Propene C3H6 −47.6 −185.2 115-07-1
Phosphorus(III) chloride difluoride PClF2 −47.3 −164.8 14335-40-1
Carbonyl chloride fluoride COClF −47.2 −148 353-49-1
1,1,1-Trifluoroethane CF3CH3 −47 −111.8 420-46-2
Trifluoromethylhypochlorite[1] CF3OCl −47 −164 22082-78-6
Perchloryl fluoride ClO3F −46.75 −147 7616-94-6
Selenium hexafluoride SeF6 −46.6 (subl.) −34.6 triple 7783-79-1
Cyanogen fluoride FCN −46 −82 1495-50-7
Fluorine nitrate FNO3 −46 −175 7789-26-6
Pentafluoronitrosoethane[15] C2F5NO −45.7 354-72-3
Difluoromethylene dihypofluorite[16] CF2(OF)2 −45.8 −142 16282-67-0
cis-1,2-Difluoroethene CHF=CHF −45 1630-77-9
1,1-Difluoropropene[1] CH3CH=CF2 −44 430-63-7
Dimethylfluoroborane[citation needed] (CH3)2BF −44 353-46-8
Fluoro(trifluoromethyl)silane[17] CF3SiH2F −44
Thionyl fluoride SOF2 −43.8 −110.5 7783-42-8
Phosphorus(V) chloride tetrafluoride PClF4 −43.4 −132 13498-11-8
Methyldiborane CH3B2H5 −43 23777-55-1
Difluoro(trifluoromethyl)phosphine[18] CF3PF2 −43
N,N,1,1-Tetrafluoromethylamine[19] CHF2NF2 −43
Propane C3H8 −42.25 −187.7 74-98-6
Trifluoro(trifluoromethyl)silane[20] CF3SiF3 −42
Bromotrifluorosilane BrSiF3 −41.7 −70.5
Hydrogen selenide H2Se −41.25 −65.73 7783-07-5
Chlorodifluoromethane CHClF2 −40.7 −175.42 75-45-6
Sulfur tetrafluoride SF4 −40.45 −125 7783-60-0
Hexafluorodiazomethane cis[21] CF3NNCF3 −40 −127 73513-59-4
Phosphoryl fluoride POF3 −39.7 sub −39.1 triple 13478-20-1
Chloropentafluoroethane CF3CClF2 −39.1 −99 76-15-3
Tetrafluoro(trifluoromethyl)phosphorane[22] CF3PF4 −39 −113
Tellurium hexafluoride TeF6 −38.9 −37.6 triple 7783-80-4
Vinyldifluoroborane[23] CH2=CHBF2 −38.8 −133.4
(Trifluoromethyl)silane CF3SiH3 −38.3 −124 10112-11-5
Heptafluoroethanamine[1] C2F5NF2 −38.1 −183 354-80-3
Tetrafluoroallene[24] CF2=C=CF2 −38
Hexafluorooxetane[25] C3F6O −38
Trifluoromethanethiol[26] CF3SH −37.99 −157.11 1493-15-8
Fluoroethane CH3CH2F −37.7 −143.2 353-36-6
Bis(trifluoromethyl)peroxide CF3OOCF3 −37 927-84-4
Pentafluoropropannitrile[27] C2F5CN −37
Perfluorodimethylamine[28] (CF3)2NF −37 359-62-6
Perfluoropropane C3F8 −36.8 −147.7 76-19-7
Germanium(IV) fluoride GeF4 −36.5 −15 triple 7783-58-6
Cyclopropene C3H4 −36 2781-85-3
Trifluoromethyl fluoroformate[29] CF3OC(O)F −36 −120 3299-24-9
Trifluoromethyl isocyanate[30] CF3NCO −36 460-49-1
Tetrafluoro-1,2-diazetidine C2F4N2 −36
Tetrafluorophosphorane[31] PHF4 −36 −89
Hydrogen iodide HI −35.5 −50.76 10034-85-2
Sulfur fluoride hypofluorite SOF6 −35.1 −86 15179-32-5
Trifluoromethyl difluoromethyl ether CF3OCHF2 −35.0 −157 3822-68-2
Propadiene CH2=C=CH2 −34.8 −136 463-49-0
Chlorine Cl2 −34.04 −101.5 7782-50-5
Trifluoromethyl fluoroformate[1][32] CF3OC(O)F −34 3299-24-9
Tetrafluorodiborane B2F4 −34 −56 13965-73-6
Ammonia NH3 −33.33 −77.73 7664-41-7
Trifluoronitromethane[33] CF3NO2 −32 335-02-4
Dichlorodifluorosilane SiCl2F2 −32 −44 18356-71-3
(Difluoroamino)difluoroacetonitrile[34] NF2CF2CN −32 5131-88-4
Hexafluoromethanediamine[1][35] (NF2)2CF2 −31.9 −161.9 4394-93-8
Bis(trifluoromethyl)diazene trans[1] CF3NNCF3 −31.1 372-63-4
Cyclopropane C3H6 −31 −127.6 75-19-4
Chlorosilane SiH3Cl −30.4 −118 13465-78-6
Perfluoropropene CF2=CFCF3 −30.2 −156.6 116-15-4
Chloroacetylene HCCCl −30 −126 593-63-5
Methyltrifluorosilane CH3SiF3 −30 −73 373-74-0
Dichlorodifluoromethane CCl2F2 −29.8 −157.7 75-71-8
Tetrafluorodiaziridine[1] CF4N2 −29 17224-09-8
Perfluorooxetane −28.6 −117 425-82-1
Chlorotrifluoroethene CClF=CF2 −28.3 −158.14 79-38-9
2,3,3,3-Tetrafluoropropene[1] CF3CF=CH2 −28.3 −152.2 754-12-1
Methyldifluorophosphine CH3PF2 −28 −110 753-59-3
Perfluoroacetone CF3COCF3 −27.4 −125.45 684-16-2
Trifluoro(trifluoromethyl)oxirane −27.4 428-59-1
Thiazyl trifluoride N≡SF3 −27.1 −72.6 15930-75-3
Trifluoroacetyl chloride CF3COCl −27 −146 354-32-5
3,3,3-Trifluoropropene CF3CH=CH2 −27 677-21-4
Phosphonium chloride PH4Cl −27 sub 24567-53-1
Formyl fluoride HCOF −26.5 −142.2 1493-02-3
1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane CF3CH2F −26.1 −103.296 811-97-2
Trifluoromethyl trifluorovinyl ether[1] CF3OCF=CF2 −26 5930-63-2
Methyl trifluoromethyl ether CF3OCH3 −25.2 −149.1 421-14-7
Bis(trifluoromethyl)nitroxide[36] (CF3)2NO −25 −70 2154-71-4
Sulfur cyanide pentafluoride[37] SF5CN −25 −107
Dimethyl ether CH3OCH3 −24.8 −141.49 115-10-6
1,1,1,4,4,4-Hexafluoro-2-butyne CF3C≡CCF3 −24.6 −117.4 692-50-2
1-Chloro-1-fluoroethene[1] CClF=CH2 −24.1 2317-91-1
1,1-Difluoroethane CHF2CH3 −24.05 −118.6 75-37-6
2-Fluoropropene[38] CH3CF=CH2 −24 1184-60-7
Borirane C2H4BH −24 −129 39517-80-1
Chloromethane CH3Cl −23.8 −97.4 74-87-3
Trifluoronitrosoethylene[39] CF2=CFNO −23.7 2713-04-4
Pentafluoro(tifluoromethoxy)ethane[40] −23.6 665-16-7
1,1-Difluorocyclopropane[41] −23.5
Propyne or methylacetylene CH3CCH −23.2 −103.0 74-99-7
Diazomethane CH3NNCH3 −23 −145 334-88-3
Methylgermane CH3GeH3 −23 −158 1449-65-6
Difluoramine NHF2 −23 −116 10405-27-3
1-Propen-1-one or methylketene CH3CH=CO −23 −80 6004-44-0
Vinylsilane CH2=CHSiH3 −22.8 7291-09-0
Trifluoroiodomethane CF3I −22.5 −110 2314-97-8
Ethynylsilane HC≡CSiH3 −22.5 1066-27-9
Chloromethane sulfonyl chloride[1] CH2ClS(O)(O)Cl −22 3518-65-8
Trifluoromethyl peroxychloride[1] CF3OOCl −22 −132 32755-26-3
Carbon oxyselenide COSe −21.7 −124.4 1603-84-5
Trifluoromethanesulfonyl fluoride CF3SOF −21.7 335-05-7
Chloryl trifluoride ClO2F3 −21.6 −81.2 38680-84-1
Carbonyl bromide fluoride COBrF −21 753-56-0
Bromopentafluoroethane C2BrF5 −21 354-55-2
Cyanogen NCCN −21 −27.83 460-19-5
Methyl silyl ether CH3OSiH3 −21 −98.5 2171-96-2
Carbonic bromide fluoride[1] CBrFO −20.6 753-56-0
Trifluoromethylsulfur pentafluoride[1] CF3SF5 −20.4 −87 373-80-8
Chlorotrifluorogermane GeClF3 −20.3 −66.2 14188-40-0
Trimethylborane (CH3)3B −20.2 −159.93 593-90-8
Dimethylsilane (CH3)2SiH2 −20 −150 1111-74-6
1,1,2,2-Tetrafluoroethane CHF2CHF2 −20 −89 359-35-3
Formaldehyde H2CO −19.1 −92 50-00-0
Hexafluorodisilane SiF3SiF3 −19.1 −18.7 triple 13830-68-7
Sulfur chloride pentafluoride SClF5 −19.05 −64 13780-57-9
1-Chloro-2,2-difluoroethene CHCl=CF2 −18.8 −138.5 359-10-4
1,1,1,2,2-Pentafluoropropane CF3CF2CH3 −18 1814-88-6
Difluoroamino sulfur pentafluoride[42] NF2SF5 −17.5 13693-10-2
Stibine SbH3 −17 −88 7803-52-3
1,1,2,2,3,3,3-Heptafluoropropane[43] CF2HCF2CF3 −17 −148.5 2252-84-8
1,1,1,2,3,3,3-Heptafluoropropane CF3CHFCF3 −16.34 −126.8 431-89-0
Phosphorus(III) bromide difluoride PBrF2 −16.1 −133.8 15597-40-7
Methylphosphine CH3PH2 −16 593-54-4
N,N-Difluoromethanamine[1][44] CH3NF2 −16 −114.8 753-58-2
Fluorine perchlorate FOClO3 −16 −167.3 10049-03-3
Bis(trifluoromethyl) trioxide[45] CF3OOOCF3 −16 −138
1,3,3,3-Tetrafluoropropene[1] CF3CH=CHF −16 −104.53 1645-83-6
1-Trifluoromethyl-1,2,2-trifluorocyclopropane[41] CF3CH2F3 −15.8
Disiloxane (CH3)2O −15.2 −144 13597-73-4
cis-1-Fluoropropene CH3CH=CHF −15 19184-10-2
trans-1-Fluoropropene CH3CH=CHF −15? 20327-65-5
Nitryl chloride NO2Cl −15 −145 13444-90-1
Disilane Si2H6 −14.8 −129.4 1590-87-0
Bromodifluoromethane CHBrF2 −14.6 −145 1511-62-2
Chloroethene CH2=CHCl −13.8 −153.84 75-01-4
Monoethylsilane[46] CH3CH2SiH3 −13.7 −180
Chlorine pentafluoride ClF5 −13.1 −103 13637-63-3
1,1,1-Trifluoropropane CF3CH2CH3 −13 421-07-8
1-Chloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane CClF2CHF2 −13 −117 354-25-6
Carboimidic difluoride CF2NH −13 dec −90 2712-98-3
Plumbane PbH4 −13 15875-18-0
Methyl nitrite CH3NO2 −12 −16 624-91-9
Trifluoromethylarsine[47] CF3AsH2 −12
1-Chloro-1,2,2,2-tetrafluoroethane CHClFCF3 −11.96 −199.15 2837-89-0
Isobutane (CH3)2CHCH2CH3 −11.7 −159.42 75-28-5
Trifluoromethoxy sulfur pentafluoride[48] CF3OSF5 −11 −143 1873-23-0
Thiothionyl fluoride SSF2 −10.6 −164.6 101947-30-2
Sulfur dioxide SO2 −10.05 −75.5 7446-09-5
2-Fluoropropane CH3CHFCH3 −10 420-26-8
Pentafluoroethyl hypochlorite[49] C2F5OCl −10± 22675-67-8
Fluoroformyl sulfurpentafluoride[50] SF5C(O)F −10
Trifluoromethyl fluoroformyl peroxide[51] CF3OOC(O)F −10~ 16118-40-4
Perfluorodimethoxymethane CF3OCF2OCF3 −10 −161 53772-78-4
2-Fluoropropane[1] CH3CHFCH2 10 −133.3 420-26-8
1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane CClF2CH3 −9.6 −130.8 75-68-3
Chlorofluoromethane CH2ClF −9.1 −133.0 593-70-4
Pentafluoroethyl isocyanate[52] C2F5NCO −9 356-74-1
Bis(trifluoromethyl)chloramine[53] (CF3)2NCl −9
Selenium dioxydifluoride SeO2F2 −8.4 −99.5 14984-81-7
Fluoro(trifluoro-methyl)diazine[1] CF4N2O −7.63 815-10-1
Isobutene −7.0 −140.7 115-11-7
3-Fluoropropene −7 818-92-8
Bis(trifluromethyl)amine[1] (CF3)2NH −7 371-77-7
Ethoxytrifluorosilane[54] CH3H2OSiF3 −7 −122 460-55-9
Perfluoro-2-methyl-1,2-oxazetidine[55] (CF3-N)CF2CF2O −6.8
Tris(trifluoromethyl)-amine[28] (CF3)3N −6.5 432-03-1
Methylamine CH3NH2 −6.4 −93.42 74-89-5
1-Butene CH2=CHCH2CH3 −6.3 −185.33 106-98-9
Diphosphorus tetrafluoride P2F4 −6.2 −86.5 13824-74-3
Chloryl fluoride ClO2F −6 −115 13637-83-7
Trifluoromethyl iminosulfur difluoride[56] CF3N=SF2 −6 1512-14-7
Perfluorocyclobutane −5.91 −40.16 115-25-3
Perfluoro-2-butene −5.9 360-89-4 trans
Nitrosyl chloride ONCl −5.55 −59.4 2696-92-6
Difluorocarbamoylchloride CClF2NO −5.5 16847-30-6
1,3-Butadiene CH2=CHCH=CH2 −4.6 −108.9 106-99-0
Ethyltrifluorosilane[57] CH3CH2SiF3 −4.4 −105 353-89-9
Difluoro-N-fluoromethanimine F2C=NF −4 338-66-9
1,1-Dimethyldiborane (CH3)2B(μ-H)2BH2 −4 −150.2 16924-32-6
Bromochlorodifluoromethane −3.7 −159.5 353-59-3
N-Nitroso-bis(trifluoromethyl)amine[58] −3.5
Trifluoromethyl 1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethyl ether −3.3 −141 2356-61-8
1-Fluoropropane[1] CH2FCH2CH3 −3.2 −159 460-13-9
3-Fluoropropene[38] −3
Dimethylperoxide −3 −100 690-02-8
Dichlorodifluorogermane GeCl2F2 −2.8 −51.8 24422-21-7
Bromotrifluoroethene CBrF=CF2 −2.5 598-73-2
Trifluoromethane sulfnyl fluoride[1] CF3SOF −2.5 812-12-4
Perfluorobutane −2.1 −129 355-25-9
Hydrogen telluride H2Te −2 −49 7783-09-7
1-Chloroheptafluoropropane[59] CF3CF2CF2Cl −2 422-86-6
2-Chloroheptafluoropropane[59] CF3CFClCF3 −2 76-18-6
Bis(trifluoromethyl)selenium[60] (CF3)2Se −2 371-79-9
1,1,1,2,2,3-Hexafluoropropane CF3CF2CFH2 −1.44 −98.38 677-56-5
1,1,1,3,3,3-Hexafluoropropane CF3CH2CF3 −1.4 −93.6 690-39-1
Pentafluoroguanidine[61] CF5N3 −1 10051-06-6
1,1,2,2-Tetrafluoropropane[62] CHF2CF2CH3 −0.8 −121.1 40723-63-5
Heptafluoronitrosopropane[15] C3F7NO −0.7 354-72-3
Trifluoromethanesulfenylchloride[1] CF3SCl −0.6 421-17-0
1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoropropane CF3CHFCH3 −1-0 421-48-7
1,1,2,2,3,3-Hexafluoropropane[1] CHF2CF2CHF2 −0.3 −98.38 680-00-2
Butane 0 −140 106-97-8
2,2-Difluoropropane 0 −104.8 420-45-1
Perfluoroisobutane C4F10 0 354-92-7
Nitrosyl bromide NOBr 0 −56 13444-87-6
Xenon tetroxide XeO4 0 dec −35.9 12340-14-6
Trifluoromethylsulfonyl hypofluorite[63] CF3SO2OF 0 −87
Trifluoromethyl chloroformate[64] CF3OC(O)Cl 0 23213-83-4
Decafluorodiethyl ether perfluoro ether[65] CF3CF2OCF2CF3 0 358-21-4
Perfluorocyclobutanone[66] -CF2CF2CF2C(O)- 0
Trifluoromethyl peroxonitrate[1] CF3OON2 0.4 50311-48-3
[67] F4S=NCF3 0.75±0.25
trans-2-Butene 0.9 −43.3 624-64-6
Methylcyclopropane 1 −177.2 594-11-6
Bis(trifluoromethyl)phosphine[68] (CF3)2PH 1
Oxalyl fluoride[10] CFOCFO 1±1 −12.42 359-40-0
Methylstannane CH3Sn3 1.4 1631-78-3
trans-Dimethyldiazene = azomethane 1.5 −78 503-28-6
Bromosilane SiH3Br 1.9 −94 13465-73-1
Methylarsine CH3AsH2 2 −143 593-52-2
Hexafluorocyclobutene C4F6 2 −60 697-11-0
Chlorine monoxide Cl2O 2.2 −120.6 7791-21-1
Cyclobutene C4H6 2.5 822-35-5
Difluorodimethylsilane (CH3)2SiF2 2.5 −87.5 353-66-2
1,1,1-Trifluoroazomethane[1] CF3NNCH3 2.5 690-21-1
Trimethylamine (CH3)3N 2.8 −117.1 75-50-3
1,1-Dichloro-1,2,2,2-tetrafluoroethane CCl2CF3 3 −56.6 374-07-2
Sulfur bromide pentafluoride SBrF5 3.1 −79 15607-89-3
1,1,2-Trifluoroethane CHF2CH2F 3.5 −84 430-66-0
1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane CClF2CClF2 3.6 −92.52 76-14-2
cis-2-Butene CH3CH=CHCH3 3.72 −138.9 590-18-1
Bromomethane CH2Br 4 −93.66 74-83-9
1,2-Dimethyldiborane [(CH3)BH2]2 4 −124.9 17156-88-6
Selenium chloride pentafluoride SeClF5 4.5 −19 34979-62-9
1,1,4,4-Tetrafluoro-1,3-butadiene[69] CF2=CFCF=CF2 4.5± 407-70-5
Trifluoromethyl phosphorodifluoridate[63] CF3OP(O)F2 4.6 −96.2 39125-43-4
Bromoacetylene C2HBr 4.7 593-61-3
Iodine heptafluoride IF7 4.8 6.5 triple 16921-96-3
Dimethylchloroborane[1] (CH3)2BCl 4.9 −39.9 1803-36-7
Perfluoro-1-butene[1] CF3CF2CF=CF2 5 357-26-6
Sulfur pentafluoride cyanate[70] F5SOCN 5 −60
Pentafluorosulfanyl cyanate[67] F5SOCN 5-5.5
1,1,2,3,4,4-Hexafluoro-1,3-butadiene 5.4 −132 685-63-2
Bis(difluoromethyl) ether CHF2OCHF2 5.5 1691-17-4
Methyl pentafluoroethyl ether CH3OC2F5 5.6 22410-44-2
Tris(difluoroamine)fluoromethane[1] (NF2)3CF 5.6 −136.9 14362-68-6
Perfluoro ethyl methyl ether C2F5OCF3 5.61
1-Bromo-2,2-difluoro-ethylene[71] CHBr=CF2 5.7
Methanethiol[1] CH3SH 5.95 −123 74-93-1
1-Buten-3-yne CH2CHC≡CH 6 689-97-4
Ethyl methyl ether CH3OC2H5 6 −113 540-67-0
Methyl vinyl ether CH3OCH=CH2 6 −122 107-25-5
1,1,1-Trifluoro-2-chloroethane CF3CH2Cl 6.1 −105.5 75-88-7
1,1,1,2,3,3-Hexafluoropropane CF3CH2CF3 6.2 431-63-0
Phosphorothioc chloride difluoride PSClF2 6.3 −155.2 2524-02-9
Perfluoro-2-methoxypropionylfluoride[66] CF3OCF(CF3)C(O)F 5-8
Trimethylsilane (CH3)3SiH 6.7 −153.9 993-07-7
Carbon suboxide OCCCO 6.8 −111.3 504-64-3
2-Chloropentafluoropropene[43] CF3CCl=CF2 6.8 2804-50-4
Perfluoroisobutene (CF3)2C=CF2 7 −130 382-21-8
Pentafluoroethyl trifluorovinyl ether CF3CF2OCFCF2 7 10493-43-3
1,1-Difluoropropane CHF2CH2CH3 7-8 430-61-5
1,1,1,2,4,4,4-Heptafluoro-2-butene[55] CF3CF=CHCF3 7-8
Chloromethylsilane CH5ClSi 7 −135 993-00-0
Fluoromethyldifluoroborane[72][73] CH2FBF2 7 −47
Phosphorus(V) dichloride trifluoride PCl2F3 7.1 −125 13454-99-4
Sulfuryl chloride fluoride SO2ClF 7.1 −124.7 13637-84-8
Dimethylamine (CH3)2NH 7.3 −93 124-40-3
3-Chloropentafluoropropene[43] CF2ClCF=CF2 7.4 79-47-0
Carbonyl chloride COCl2 7.5 −127.77 75-44-5
Chloropentafluoroacetone CClF2COCF3 7.8 −133 79-53-8
1-Butyne CH3CH2C≡CH 8.08 −125.7 107-00-6
Dichlorosilane SiH2Cl2 8.3 −122 4109-96-0
2-Bromo-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane[55] CF3CHFBr 8.65
Methyl chlorosilane[1] CH3SiH2Cl 8.7 −134.1 993-00-0
Pentafluorosulfanyl hypochlorite[citation needed] SF5OCl 8.9
Dichlorofluoromethane CHCl2F 8.92 −135 75-43-4
Neopentane (CH3)4C 9.5 −16.5 463-82-1
Trifluoromethylperchlorate CF3OClO3 9.5 52003-45-9
1-Chloro-2-fluoroethene[1] CClF=CH2 9.8 460-16-2
1,3-Butadiyne HC≡CC≡CH 10 −35 460-12-8
N-Nitroso-O,N-bis(trifluoromethyl)-hydroxylamine or
O-Nitroso-bis(trifluoromethy1)hydroxylamine[74][75]
CF3(CF3O)NNO or
(CF3)2NONO
10 367-54-4
Ethylene oxide 10.4 −112.46 75-21-8
1,2-Difluoroethane[1] CH2FCH2F 10.5 −118.6 624-72-6
1,2-Butadiene = methylallene 11 −136.20 590-19-2
Dichloromethylborane CH3BCl2 11 7318-78-7
Chlorine dioxide ClO2 11 −59 10049-04-4
2-Chloro-2,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropanoyl fluoride[76] CF3CFClC(O)F 11 28627-00-1
Methyl trifluorovinyl ether[77] CH3OCF=CF2 11 3823-94-7
Trifluoromethyl hydroperoxide[1][78] CF3OOH 11.3 16156-36-8
Methyl trifluoromethyl sulfide[60] CH3SCF3 11.5 421-16-9
Chlorine trifluoride ClF3 11.75 −76.34 7790-91-2
1-bromoheptafluoropropane[59] CF3CF2CF2Br 12 422-85-5
Tert-butylfluoride[79] (CH3)3CF 12 353-61-7
2-Fluoro-2-methylpropane CH3(CH3)CFCH3 12.1 353-61-7
Trichlorofluorosilane SiCl3F 12.25 14965-52-7
Chloroethane CH3CH2Cl 12.27 −138 75-00-3
Pentafluoroiodoethane[80] CF3CF2I 12.5 −92 354-64-3
Cyclobutane C4H8 12.5 −90.7 287-23-0
[67] F5SN=CF2 12.5±0.5
Cyanogen chloride ClCN 13 −6.55 506-77-4
trans-1-Bromo-1,2-difluoroethylene[71] CBrF=CFH 13 358-99-6
Trifluoromethyl phosphine[1] CF3PH2 13.1 420-52-0
2,2,2-Trifluorodiazoethane[81] CF2CHNN 13.2 371-67-5
2-Chloro-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoropropane HCFC-244bb[82] 13.23 421-73-8
Pentafluoroethyl sulfur pentafluoride[83] C2F5SF5 13.5
Phosphorus(III) dichloride fluoride PCl2F 13.85 −144 15597-63-4
2-Chloro-1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropropane[43] CF3CHClCF3 14 −120.8 51346-64-6
Difluoro(difluorochloromethyl)amine CClF2NF2 14.14 13880-71-2
Nitrosyl bromide ONBr 14.5 13444-87-6
Hexafluoroisobutylene[1] (CF3)2C=CH2 14.5 382-10-5
N,N-Difluoroethylamine[44] CH3CH2NF2 14.9 −150.3 758-18-9
2-(Pentafluorothio)-3,3-difluorooxaziridine[84] SF5(-NCF2O-) 14.0 73002-62-7
Disulfur difluoride FSSF 15 −133 13709-35-8
1,1,1,3,3-Pentafluoropropane[1] CF3CH2CHF2 15.14 −102.10 460-73-1
1,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4-Nonafluorobutane[1] CF3CF2CF2CF2H 12 375-17-7
Trifluoromethyl phosphorodifluoroperoxoate[63] CF3OOP(O)F2 15.5 −88.6 39125-42-3
(Trifluoroacetyl)sulfur pentafluoride[50] CF3C(O)SF5 15.6 −112 82390-51-0
Vinyl bromide CH2=CHBr 15.8 −137.8 593-60-2
Bis(fluorocarbonyl) peroxide[85][10] CF(O)OOCFO 15.9 −42.5 692-74-0
1-Chloro-1,1,2-trifluoroethane CClF2CH2F 16 421-04-5
cis-1-Bromo-1,2-difluoroethylene[71] CBrF=CHF 16
1-Fluoro-2-methylpropane[79] 16 359-00-2
Difluoromethyl 1,1,2-trifluoroethyl ether CHF2OCF2CH2F 16.14 69948-24-9
1-Chloro-1-fluoroethane[1] CHClFCH3 16.15 1615-75-4
Fluorotrimethylsilane (CH3)3SiF 16.4 420-56-4
Bis(trifluoromethyl)nitramine[53] (CF3)2NNO2 16.4
Hexafluoroacetone imine[86] CF3C(=NH)CF3 16.5± −47 1645-75-6
Dichloro(trifluoromethyl)amine[1] CF3NCl2 16.6 13880-73-4
Ethylamine CH3CH2NH2 16.6 −81 75-04-7
1,1,1-Trifluorobutane[87] CF3CH2CH2CH3 16.74 −114.79 460-34-4
Bismuth hydride BiH3 17 −67 18288-22-7
2,2,3,3-Tetrafluorobutane[55] CH3CF2CF2CH3 17
Tungsten(VI) fluoride WF6 17.1 1.9 7783-82-6
1-Chloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane CHClFCHF2 17.3 431-07-2
Bis (trifluoromethyl) carbamyl fluoride (CF3)2NC(O)F 17.5±2.5
Ethyl nitrite C2H5NO2 17.5 109-95-5
Tetraborane(10) B4H10 18 −120 18283-93-7
Bromofluoromethane CH2BrF 19 (CRC=23) 373-52-4
Bis(trifluoromethyl)arsine[88] (CF3)2AsH 19
1,1-Dichloro-2,2-difluoroethene CHCl2CHF2 19 −116 79-35-6
Perfluorovinylsulphur pentafluoride[89] CF2=CFSF5 19 1186-51-2
Fluoroformic acid anhydride[90] FC(O)OC(O)F 19.2 −46.2 177036-04-3
Trifluorovinyl isocyanate[91] CF2=CFNCO 19.5 41594-57-4
Hydrogen fluoride HF 20 −83.36 7664-39-3
Bromine fluoride BrF 20 dec −33 13863-59-7
Perbromyl fluoride BrO3F 20 dec −110 25251-03-0
1-Chloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoropropane[92] CF2ClCF2CH3 20 421-75-0
Perfluorooxaspiro[2.3]hexane[66] C5F8O 18-21
3-Methyl-1-butene 20.1 −168.41 563-45-1
Acetaldehyde CH3CHO 20.2 −123.37 75-07-0
Chlorotetrafluoro(trifluoromethyl)sulfur CF3SClF4 20.2 42179-04-4
trans-Bis(trifluoromethyl)sulfur tetrafluoride[93] CF3SF4CF3 20.5 42179-02-2
Decafluorocyclopentane[1] 20.5 376-77-2
1,1-Dimethylcyclopropane 21 −109.0 1630-94-0
Acetyl fluoride CH3C(O)F 21 −84 557-99-3
Perfluoro-N-methyloxazolidine CF3-NCF2OCF2CF2- 21
Bis(trifluoromethyl)cyanoamine[53] (CF3)2NCN 21
Bis(trifluoromethyl)sulfur difluoride[60] 21 30341-38-9
Perfluoroethyldimethylamine[28] C2F5(CF3)2N 21±1 815-28-1
cis-1,2-Dichloro-1,2-difluoroethene CClF=CClF 21.1 −119.6 598-88-9
Trifluoromethyl trifluoromethanesulfonate[94] CF3SO2OCF3 21.2 −108.2 3582-05-6
Nitrogen tetroxide N2O4 21.15 −9.3 10544-72-6
Difluoroiodomethane CHF2I 21.5 −122 1493-03-4
Trifluoromethylcyclopropane[41] 21.6 381-74-8
1,1,1-Trifluoroacetone CF3C(O)CH3 21.9 0.1 421-50-1
trans-1,2-Dichloro-1,2-difluoroethene CClF=CClF 22 −93.3 27156-03-2
Heptafluoroisopropyl hypochlorite[49] (CF3)2CFOCl 22 22675-68-9
Perfluoroazoethane[30] C2F5NNC2F5 22
1,2,2-Trifluoropropane[95] CH2FCF2CH3 22 811-94-9
Bis(trifluoromethyl)bromamine[53] (CF3)2NBr 22
Bis(trifluoromethyl)sulfde[96] (CF3)2S 22.2 371-78-8
1,1,1,3,3-Pentafluorobutane CF3CH3CF2CH3 22.6 −34.1 406-58-6
Cyanic acid HOCN 23 −86 420-05-3
2-Chloropropene CH3CCl=CH2 23 −137.4 557-98-2
1,2,2,2-Tetrafluoroethyl difluoromethyl ether CF3CHFOCHF2 23 57041-67-5
1,1,1,2,3-Pentafluoropropane[97] CF3CHFCH2F 23 431-31-2
2,2,3,3,4,4,5-Heptafluoro oxolane[98] -CF2CF2CF2CHFO- 23
Pentafluoroethyl iminosulfur difluoride[56] CF3CF2N=SF2 23±1
Methoxyacetylene[99] CH3OC≡CH 23±0.5 6443-91-0
Carbonyl fluoride iodide COFI 23.4 1495-48-3
1,2,2,2-Tetrafluoroethyl difluoromethyl ether[1] CF3CHFOCHF2 23.4 57041-67-5
Propylsilane[46] CH3CH2CH2SiH3 23.5± 13154-66-0
Trichlorofluoromethane CCl3F 23.77 −110.48 75-69-4
Formic anhydride C2O3H2 24 1558-67-4
1-Chloro-1,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene[43] CF3CH=CFCl 24
1,1,2,2-Tetrafluoro-1-nitro-2-nitrosoethane[100] NO2CF2CF2NO 24.2 679-08-3
Dibromodifluoromethane[1] CBr2F2 24.45 −141.5 75-61-6
Heptafluoro-N-propyl isocyanate[15] C3F7NCO 24.5 87050-96-2
Hexafluorobut-2-yne[55] CF3C≡CCF3 24.6 −117.4 692-50-2
Chloroheptafluorocyclobutane C4ClF7 25 −39.1 377-41-3
Dimethylphosphine (CH3)2PH 25 676-59-5
Ethyl phosphine[101] CH3CH2PH2 25 593-68-0
Octafluorocyclopentene[102] 25
2-Fluorobutane[103] CH3CHFCH2CH3 25 −121 359-01-3

Known as gasEdit

The following list has substances known to be gases, but with an unknown boiling point.

PossibleEdit

This list includes substances that may be gases. However reliable references are not available.

Near missesEdit

This list includes substances that boil just above standard condition temperatures. Numbers are boiling temperatures in °C.

Unstable substancesEdit

  • Gallium(III) hydride liquid decomposes at 0°C.
  • Nitroxyl is unstable and short lived.
  • Sulfur pentafluoride isocyanide isomerises to sulfur pentafluoride cyanide.[116]

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