Au-Ti (Gold - Titanium)
This document is part of Subvolume B5 'Binary Systems. Part 5: Binary Systems Supplement 1' of Volume 19 'Thermodynamic Properties of Inorganic Materials' of Landolt-Börnstein - Group IV 'Physical Chemistry'.
It provides an overview of the thermodynamic properties and the mixing behaviour of the binary system Au-Ti (Gold - Titanium). It contains a description of the properties of Au-Ti, and calculated thermodynamic data, which is represented in figures and tables:
Fig. 1. Calculated phase diagram for the system Au-Ti.
Table I. Phases, structures and models.
Table II. Invariant reactions.
Table IIIa. Integral quantities for the liquid phase at 2000 K.
Table IIIb. Partial quantities for Au in the liquid phase at 2000 K.
Table IIIc. Partial quantities for Ti in the liquid phase at 2000 K.
Fig. 2. Integral quantities of the liquid phase at T = 2000 K.
Fig. 3. Activities in the liquid phase at T = 2000 K.
Table IVa. Integral quantities for the stable phases at 1300 K.
Table IVb. Partial quantities for Au in the stable phases at 1300 K.
Table IVc. Partial quantities for Ti in the stable phases at 1300 K.
Fig. 4. Integral quantities of the stable phases at T = 1300 K.
Fig. 5. Activities in the stable phases at T = 1300 K.
Table V. Standard reaction quantities at 298.15 K for the compounds per mole of atoms.
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