Decomposition Conditions and the Molar Enthalpy

Part of the Hot Topics in Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry book series (HTTC, volume 7)

The goal of Part II is to attempt to interpret, in terms of the thermochemical approach developed in this work, some unusual effects and phenomena accompanying the decompositions of solids and melts and to use these results to confirm the correctness of the approach itself. The analysis starts from the most common relationships relating the molar enthalpy to temperature and proceeds further to the reaction mode and stoichiometry.

Keywords

Clay Enthalpy Pyrolysis Calcite Dehydration 

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