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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: S. Wacharine, D. Hellali, H. Zamali, J. Rogez, and M. Jemal

notice that except for the RbNO 3 having the lower purity (99.7 wt%), our data are smaller. Figure 2 shows the obtained phase diagram which is characterised by three reduced solid solutions, a eutectic point at 291 °C and 82.5 mol

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decomposes to give two solids as The monotectic, the eutectic and the critical solution temperatures in the present case are 131.0, 85.0, and 159.0 °C, respectively. The monotectic and the eutectic point are the invariant points

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.0 – – Three phases, namely, a binary liquid phase L and two solid phases S 1 and S 2 are in equilibrium at the eutectic point which is invariant point of the system. Thermochemistry It is well known that values of heat of

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binary liquid phase, L, and two solid phases, S 1 and S 2 , are in equilibrium at the eutectic point which is invariant point of the system. When a solution of the eutectic composition is cooled below the eutectic temperature, it dissociates into two

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temperature observation (ca. −50 °C), the inclusion fluid contains both NaCl and CaCl 2 . However, due to the uncertain eutectic point observation, the fluid composition is considered as being representative of the H 2 O–CaCl–NaCl system, which is constrained

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