Oxidation of copper at high temperatures
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- Mrowec, S. & Stokłosa, A. Oxid Met (1971) 3: 291. doi:10.1007/BF00603530
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the activation energy for oxidation is 24 ± 2 kcal/mole. On the basis of theFueki-Wagner method and the method proposed in the present work, the self-diffusioncoefficients of copper in cuprous oxide were calculated as a functionof oxygen pressure and temperature. It has been shown that distribution of thedefect concentration in the growing layer of the scale is linear.