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  • 1 Institute for General and Analytical Chemistry Technical University Budapest Hungary
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The progressive nature of the process of dehydration of Ca(NO3)2·4 H2O has been shown not to be due to consecutive decomposition reactions, as believed so far, but is the result of various physical processes, such as the incongruent melting of the material, the boiling and evaporation of the unsaturated or saturated solution formed, as well as the crust formation and drying of the surface of the solidifying residue. The quasi-isothermal-quasiisobaric thermogravimetric technique and the phase diagram of the Ca(NO3)2-H2O system were used to evaluate the results.

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