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The kinetics and equilibria of the platinum-chlorine system.
J Less-Common Met 1971 Feb; 23(2):195-202
The kinetics and vapor-solid equilibria of the platinum-chlorine system have been studied between 470 deg. and 880 deg. C at chlorine pressures of 152 to 760 torr. Three kinetic regions, differentiated by separate controlling mechanisms, were found. Correlations were made between the kinetic factors and equilibria involving (1) the vapor pressure of Pt6Cl12, (2) chlorine and Pt6Cl12 vapor in equilibrium with platinum, and (3) chlorine and Pt3Cl3 vapor over platinum.
Metals; Metallurgical-processes; Metallurgy; Platinum-compounds
OP; Journal Article
Issue of Publication
Journal of the Less-Common Metals
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