The behaviour of V2O5 against FeVMoO7 up to 1000 °C in the whole range of component concentrations was investigated using DTA and X-ray powder diffraction methods. The experimental results are presented in the form of a phase diagram.
Reaction calorimetry strongly penetrated process development laboratories in the fine chemicals industry. Applications of calorimetry to different fields of process optimization, chemical reactions and physical unit operations were developed. Applications were first developed in the field of process safety. The thermal data of reaction obtained in the calorimeters allow us to check if a reaction will be controllable at full scale under normal operating conditions and in case of equipment failure. Further, the accurate temperature control and heat flow measurement opened the door to more engineering related data, in the fields of phase equilibria like vapour liquid, solubilities, crystallization and also in the mixing techniques. Some examples of developments in these different fields will be reviewed.
Authors:A. Padalko, A. Veselov, S. Avduhin, G. Nipan, and V. Sanygin
The technique of differential barothermal analysis (DBA) combines the hot isostatic pressing technique and classical differential
thermal analysis has been elaborated. This technique allows the study of the phase equilibria in the most of inorganic systems
under pressure up to 200 MPa and temperatures up to 2000C. The Ni-base alloy with the solidus, liquidus, g-phase and carbides
dissolution temperatures of 1328, 1390, 1272 and 1255C, accordingly, was chosen as a model material. By DBA technique the
pressure coefficients of the above mentioned temperatures were established. The values of the obtained coefficients are 3-5
times larger than the melting point pressure coefficient for the pure Ni (the alloy base metal). The discussion of the data
obtained is carried out.
Authors:Jadwiga Walczak, Elżbieta Filipek, and Monika Bosacka
The V9Mo6O40−Cr2(MoO4)3 system has been investigated using the differential thermal analysis (DTA) and X-ray phase diffraction methods. The system
has been found not to be a real two-component system over the whole component system.
The solubility and the physicochemical properties (densities, viscosities, refractive indices, conductivities and pH) in the
liquid-solid metastable system (NaCl-KCl-CaCl2-H2O) at 308.15 K have been investigated using the isothermal evaporation method, and the dry-salt phase diagram, water-phase
diagram, and the diagram of physicochemical properties vs. composition in the system were plotted. One three-salt cosaturated point, three metastable solubility isotherm curves, and
three crystallization regions corresponding to sodium chloride, potassium chloride and calcium chloride tetrahydrate were
formed, and neither solid solution nor double salts were found. On the basis of the extended Harvie-Weare (HW) model and its
temperature-dependent equation, the values of the Pitzer parameters β(0), β(1), Cϕ for NaCl, KCl and CaCl2, the mixing ion-interaction parameters θNa,K, θNa,Ca, θK,Ca, ΨNa,K,Cl, ΨNa,Ca,Cl, ΨK,Ca,Cl, and the Debye-Hückel parameter Aϕ and the chemical potentials of the minerals in the quaternary system at 308.15 K were fitted, and the predictive solubility
based on the temperature-dependent equation and the chemical potentials of the minerals agrees well with the experimental
Authors:M. Bosacka, E. Filipek, P. Šulcova, Ž. Dohnalová, and A. Paczesna
Phase equilibria up to solidus line in CuO–In2O3 system have been investigated using XRD and DTA/TG methods. According to the results, only one compound of the formula Cu2In2O5 formed in the system studied. Its thermal stability was determined in the air and argon proving that the compound did not melt but underwent decomposition. The decomposition of Cu2In2O5 in the air atmosphere began at 1080 °C, while in argon at 835 °C. Additional studies were undertaken to determine the hitherto unknown colour properties of samples representing the CuO–In2O3 system in the equilibrium state.
Equilibrium solubility curves of the ammonium aluminium sulphate in aqueous solutions of sulphuric acid have been calculated
using checked literature data and our own measurements. The concentration of sulphuric acid ranged from 0 to 23 mass%, temperature
range between 20 and 60C has been extrapolated up to 75C by means of a thermodynamically based correlation method. The solubility
correlation as well as the hydration analysis implied a possible destructuralization of solutions at higher acid concentrations.
The thermogravimetric curve (TG) for the decomposition of carnallite (KCl · MgCl2 · 6H2O) at constant water vapor pressure (1 bar) was calculated from the phase diagram (solid-liquid equilibria) and vapor pressure data, and the calculated and experimental results were compared.