Evaluation of the degree of transformation for exchange reactions with simultaneous diffusion of steel with chromium, vanadium, and aluminum
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The method considered for evaluating the degree of equilibrium transformation for exchange reactions during multicomponent impregnation makes it possible to estimate qualitatively the effect of mixture composition and process temperature on the yield of reaction products and to provide satisfactory agreement of calculated results with experimental data.
KeywordsAluminum Experimental Data Chromium Vanadium Exchange Reaction
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