with the similar melting point. Due to the closeness of temperatures of these two effects, in the experiment conditions another solid product was not found.
Phaseequilibria in the system FeVO 4 –CuO
The objective of
This work is a part of the systematic study of the ternary based chalcogenides systems. The aim is to determine the phase
equilibrium, and to determine the limits of the phase area. This is done in view to perfecting knowledge of elaboration conditions
for new materials and to study of their physical properties.
Few works have been devoted to the study of the ternary system Se-Te-Sn, only the cross section SnSe-SnTe has been studied
 and .
The experimental study by DTA, DSC and X-ray diffraction on powder performed at room temperature, exhibits a miscibility gap
in the liquid state which narrows as it goes through the Sn-Se binary system.
Three cross sections behave as ‘quasi-binary‘ system and six ternary invariants have been exhibited: three ternary eutectics
and three ternary quasi-peritectics.
The phase equlibria established in the Zn3V2O8–ZnMoO4 system over the whole component concentration range up to 1000C have been investigated. A phase diagram has been constructed
using the results of DTA and XRD methods.
The reactivity of iron(III) orthovanadate(V) towards zinc divanadate(V) in the solid state was investigated over the whole
component concentration range. On the base of DTA and XRD measurements the phase diagram of the FeVO4-Zn2V2O7 system in the subsolidus area was constructed for the whole component concentration range.
It has been shown by the methods of X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), differential thermal analysis (DTA) and infrared spectroscopy
(IR) that solid solutions of a formula Cr1−xAlxVMoO7, where x& (0−0.65), are formed in the system CrVMoO7-AlVMoO7. The obtained research results have proven that the ions Al3+ are incorporated into the crystal lattice of CrVMoO7 instead of Cr3+, which causes a contraction of the lattice and a shift of IR absorption bands towards higher values of wavenumbers. The phases
Cr1−xAlxVMoO7 melt incongruently in the temperature range from 710C (for x=0.65) to ∼820C in the case of x close to zero
We construct with a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) a phase diagram for the ethylene carbonate (EC)-dimethyl carbonate
(DMC) binary system for its liquid-solid phase equilibria. We determine the eutectic composition of the binary system using
an enthalpic method that we devised based on the composition dependence of the enthalpy of solidus melting, with highly consistent
results. We also discuss the merits and limitations of this enthalpic method.
Authors:Edward Krzyżak, Alina Wojakowska, Andrzej Wojakowski, and Marek Wołcyrz
Phase diagram for the system CuBr–LiBr was determined by differential scanning calorimetry and X-ray powder diffraction. The
system exhibits a significant solid solubility of the components, especially LiBr in the respective polymorphic modifications
of CuBr. Another feature of the system CuBr–LiBr is the occurrence of five invariant three-phase equilibria, which have been
assigned to one eutectic (684 K), one peritectoid (668 K), and three eutectoids (679, 645, and 521 K). From the experimental
results, formation of a compound LiCuBr2, at 521 K is discerned.
Authors:A. Atbir, L. Aneflous, A. Marrouche, M. El Hadek, R. Cohen-Adad, and M.-Th. Cohen-Adad
Polytherm diagram of the ternary system KCl–FeCl2 –H2 O between 0 and 70C. Phase equilibria in the KCl–FeCl2 –H2 O system were studied over the temperature range 0–70C by conductimetric and analytical methods.
A solubility polytherm of the system was constructed. We have observed the crystallization fields of the KCl and FeCl2 6H2 O (at 0C), KCl and FeCl2 4H2 O (at 15, 30 and 40C) and KCl, FeCl2 4H2 O and of a double salt KClFeCl2 2H2 O are obtained at 70C.
As a result of solid-state reactions three cadmium vanadates(V) have been obtained, i.e. CdV2O6, Cd2V2O7 and Cd4V2O9. Melting temperature and the product of melting has been determined for Cd4V2O9. Thermal properties of the obtained cadmium
vanadates(V) have been reinvestigated. The phase equilibria being established in the CdO-V2O5 system over the whole components concentration range up to the solidus line were described.