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JANAF tables: NIST-JANAF Thermochemical Tables. Fourth Edition, M.W. Chase, Jr., Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference, Monograph 9 (1998). HSC Chemistry (Outokumpu): http://www.outotec.com/pages/Page____21783.aspx. A detailed survey of thermochemical resources in the Internet can be found in several educational and thermodynamics-related web sites. Relevant examples are: http://www.ca.sandia.gov/HiTempThermo/ (database specific to high temperature applications) http://www.ihed.ras.ru/thermo/ by G.V. Belov http://www.crct.polymtl.ca/fact/index.php http://www.FactSage.com

For further readings concerning data sources consult the general list of references given in Appendix

Books

  • H.

    L. Lukas, S. G. Fries, Bo Sundman, “Computational thermodynamics- Assessing thermodynamic data and creating multicomponent databases using the Calphad method”, Cambridge University Press, 2007

  • T.

    G. Grimvall., “Thermophysical properties of materials” enlarged and revised edition, North- Holland-Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, 1999, pp 424

  • F.

    R. de Boer, R.Boom, W.C.Mattens et al., "Cohesion in Metals-Transition Metal Alloys", Vol.1, North- Holland, Amsterdam/Oxford/New York/Tokyo, 1988, 758 pp.

Papers

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    Jacobson, “Use of tabulated thermochemical data for pure compounds” J. Chem. Ed. 2001, 78, 814 and refs cited therein

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    M. Wai, S.G. Hutchison, “Free energy minimization calculation of complex chemical equilibria”, J. Chem. Educ. 1989, 66, 546

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      Types of thermochemical diagrams

Aims: To describe construction and use of Ellingham diagrams, predominance area diagrams, thermochemical volatilization diagrams.

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