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  • 1 Department of Chemistry University of Technology Loughborough LE11 3TU Leicestershire UK
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The kinetics and mechanisms of the thermal decomposition of lead(II) carbonate and lead(II) hydroxide carbonate have been studied over a range of temperatures and partial pressures of carbon dioxide using both isothermal and programmed heating. All stages in each decomposition are diffusion controlled and Arrhenius parameters have been determined. These values for loss of carbon dioxide are all extremely high for a diffusion process, but show a compensation effect, following the equation: logA=−5.02+0.067E

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