Enthalpy and Specific Heat of Silicon Carbide at High Temperatures

  • V. A. Kirillin
  • A. E. Sheindlin
  • V. Ya. Chekhovskoi
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)


Enthalpy values of α-SiC have been determined over a wide range of temperatures by the method of mixing, using a massive calorimeter with an isometric casing. Equations have been derived for the temperature dependence of the enthalpy and specific heat of SiC over the range 273.15–2900°K.


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  • V. A. Kirillin
  • A. E. Sheindlin
  • V. Ya. Chekhovskoi

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