Chan, JC and Alcock, CB and Jacob, KT (1973) Electrochemical measurement of the oxygen potential of the system iron+alumina+ hercynite in the temperature range 750 to 1600oC. In: Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly, 12 (4). pp. 439-443.
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Solid oxide galvanic cells using CaO-ZrO2 and CaO-ZrO2 in combination with YO1.5-ThO2 as electrolyte were used to determine the free energy of formation of hercynite from 750–1600°C. The formation reaction is 2Fe(s,1) + O2(g) + Al2O3(α) = 2FeO.Al2O3(s)for which ΔG° = − 139,790 + 32.83T (±300) cals. (750–1536°C) ΔG° = − 146,390 + 36.48T (±300) cals. (1536–1700°C)These measurements can be used to resolve the discrepancies that exist in published thermochemical data, and provide an accurate oxygen potential standard for calibrating and assessing the performance of oxygen probes under steelmaking conditions.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Mechanical Sciences > Materials Engineering (formerly Metallurgy)|
|Date Deposited:||05 Dec 2011 07:20|
|Last Modified:||05 Dec 2011 07:20|
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