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Evaporation and dissosiation processes in oxide systems and thermodynamic characteristics of gaseous oxides

By Kazenas Eugene Konstantiovich

Abstract

Oxides of forty five elements were studied. The purpose was the investigation of oxide-transition processes in a vapour gaseous phase, study of molecular-molecular equilibria in a high-temperature vapour and obtaintion of oxide evaporation speed. Systematical investigation of evaporation-dissosiation processes of majority of IA-VIIA and IB-VIB oxides of Periodic system were made for the first time. Appropriatenesses of oxide transition in a vapour-gaseous phase in dependence of element seat in Mendeleyv's tabel were determined. Thermodynamic values for gaseous oxides were included in the informatic edition of Russian Academy of Sciences and used for optimum parameter choice of a range of new pyrometallurgical processes and some new technologies.A physical-chemical basis of a range of technological processes were realized in industry. The results may be used in theory of metallurgical processesAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 11F - Metallurgy, metallography, METALLURGY
Year: 1992
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