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Mass-Spectrometric Study of the Evaporation of Zirconium Carbide at High Temperatures

  • V. V. Torshina
  • G. N. Smolina
  • S. L. Dobychin
  • R. G. Avarbe
  • Yu. N. Vil’k
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)

Abstract

The evaporation of zirconium carbide containing 9.4–11.5 wt.%C has been studied in the temperature range 2000–2900°C. ZrC dissociates into its elements. The vapor phase of ZrC comprises Zr and C1 atoms and C2 and C3 molecules. The pressure of the components of the vapor phase is a complex function of composition and temperature.

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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. V. Torshina
  • G. N. Smolina
  • S. L. Dobychin
  • R. G. Avarbe
  • Yu. N. Vil’k

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