R. I. 4870

Some Thermodynamic Values for Ferrous Oxide - June 1952

G. L. Humphrey
E. G. King
K. K. Kelley

Table of Contents 490kb

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Section 1
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Introduction and summary 1
Materials 1
Ferrous oxide 1
Iron 2
Magnetite 2
Anhydrous ferrous chloride 3
Heat of formation at 298.16K. 3
Combustion calorimetry 3
Combustion of iron 3
Combustions of ferrous oxide-iron mixtures 5
Solution calorimetry 6
Other methods 8
Carbon monoxide reduction equilibria 8
Section 2
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Hydrogen reduction equilibria 9
Disproportionation reaction of ferrous oxide 11
Discussion 11
Heat and free energy of formation functions 12
Reduction equilibria 12
Hydrogen reduction 12
Carbon monoxide reduction 13
Carbon reduction 15
Conclusions 16