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  • A.

    Navrotsky, “Progress and new directions in high temperature calorimetry” in Phys. Chem. Minerals 24 (1997) 222-241

  • C.

    Colinet, “High temperature calorimetry: recent developments” in J. Alloys Compounds 220 (1995) 76-87

Consult also the following review papers dealing with the study of materials in liquid or glassy state at high/very high temperatures in containerless conditions:

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    K.R. Weber, J.A. Tangeman, T.S. Key and P. Nordine, “Investigation of liquid-liquid phase transitions in molten aluminates under containerless conditions”, Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 17 (2003) 182-185

  • P.

    C. Nordine, J.K.R. Weber, J.G. Abadie, “Properties of high temperature melts using levitation”, Pure Appl. Chem. 72 (2000) 2127-36.

Other papers published by Paul Nordine, Richard Weber and coworkers on the same subject referred to specific systems might be consulted in preparing examples for students. Here few references are cited:

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    K.R.Weber, “Behaviour of molten oxides under containerless conditions”, European Journal of Solid State and Inorganic chemistry 34 (1997) 847-859

  • T.

    Baykara, R.H. Hauge, N. Norem, P. Lee, J.L. Margrave, “A review of containerless thermophysical property measurements for liquid metals and alloys” in High Temperature Science 32 (1991) 113- 154

6. Use of thermodynamic data and modelling in high temperature materials problems

6.1

Thermodynamic databases,

compilations

of

data,

estimation

of

data for pure substances

Aims: To provide an overview of heat capacities; enthalpies and entropies of reaction, transformation, fusion and evaporation; entropy trends and estimates of entropy of reaction. To show the use of thermodynamic databases for equilibrium calculations.

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