A corresponding states correlation is presented for the prediction of saturated liquid volumes. Parameters required are the critical temperature, the acentric factor, and a scaling volume. The correlation is valid over the entire useful range of reduced temperatures from 0.2 to 1.0. The full temperature range has not been covered by previous corresponding states correlations. Average absolute deviations in predicted liquid volumes is one-quarter of 1% for 26 compounds. The correlation is also useful for calculating critical temperatures, pressures, and volumes when experimental critical data are lacking. The proposed method also provides a convenient means for calculating rapidly and accurately the statistical mechanical parameters used in the cell model correlation developed by Renon, Eckert, and Prausnitz.