A Mass Spectrometric Study of the Vapor Transport Reactions of Importance in the Carbo-chlorination of Kaolinitic Clays.
Hager JP; Patsos HS
NTIS: PB 83-115857 :236 pages
This study investigated the formation of vapor complexes between aluminum chloride and the chlorides of iron, potassium, and sodium using a knudsen cell mass spectrometer. Fundamental thermodynamic data were determined from the mass spectrometric experiments. An equation relating vapor pressure of a species inside the knudsen cell to mass spectrometric ion current was derived from viscous flow conditions. A technique was also developed for the correction of the ion current of a species of a certain mass due to the presence of isotopes with the same mass of nearby species in the mass spectrum.
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