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Thermodynamic properties and phase equilibria in the Na2O–SiO2 system

Abstract

Knudsen effusion mass spectrometry and the method based on generation in the effusion cell of reduction reactions producing volatile suboxides were used to study the thermodynamic properties of the Na2O–SiO2 system in solid and liquid states. Nb, Ta, Mo or Ni served as reductants. Na+, Na2O+, NaO+, O2+, MO+, MO2+ (M=Nb, Ta, Mo), MoO3+ and NiO+ were detected in the mass spectra of the saturated vapour. Na, TaO2, NbO2, MoO2, NiO and NaO2 were found to be the main vapour species and their partial vapour pressures were measured and used for calculation of a(Na2O). The activity of SiO2 was calculated using the Gibbs–Duhem equation. The Gibbs energies of formation of solid sodium silicates from β-Na2O and quartz were approximated using the following equations (in J mol-1): 1/111/31/21/51/3

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Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 1999,1, 1899-1907
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Thermodynamic properties and phase equilibria in the Na2O–SiO2 system

A. I. Zaitsev, N. E. Shelkova, N. P. Lyakishev and B. M. Mogutnov, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 1999, 1, 1899
DOI: 10.1039/A809003C

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