Vaporization of Cuprous Oxide and Other Dissociating Oxides
The behavior of dissociating oxides at high temperatures is briefly reviewed. At low pressures the composition of the oxide will correspond to an equilibrium oxygen pressure quite different from the ambient oxygen pressure. Evaporation rate studies on cuprous oxide in various atmospheres show that this oxide dissociates according to Cu2O (solid) → 2Cu (gas) + 1/2O2 (gas).
KeywordsZinc Volatility Librium
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