3 edition of High-Temperature Heat Contents and Entropies of Zirconium Fluoride and Zirconium Sulfate. found in the catalog.
High-Temperature Heat Contents and Entropies of Zirconium Fluoride and Zirconium Sulfate.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 5964|
|Contributions||Smith, D.F., Miller, W.C., Taylor, A.R.|
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Get this from a library. High-temperature heat contents and entropies of zirconium fluoride and zirconium sulfate. [Donald F Smith; W C Miller; Arthur R Taylor; United States.
Bureau of Mines,]. High-temperature heat contents and entropies of zirconium fluoride and zirconium sulfate / By Donald F. Smith, Jr. Arthur R. Taylor and W. Miller Abstract. Significant debate has been noted in the α-ω and ω-β phase transformations of zirconium. The initial pressure of the α-to-ω transformation at room temperature has been reported to vary from.
Zirconium dioxide - Wikipedia. High temperature heat content measurements of cryolite, anhydrous aluminum fluoride and sodium fluoride were conducted from °K.
toand °K., respectively. proposed by Potschke and Srhubert in A new high temperature compound, ZrgAI^, was reported to form congruently from the melt at °C and wt. This banner text can have markup.
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