Thermodynamic properties of liquid metal solutions in the cesium-mercury system
Albert Cornelius Antoine, Lewis Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969 - Technology & Engineering - 13 pages
Thermodynamic properties of liquid cesium-mercury solutions.
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15 atomic fraction activity coefficient activity of cesium activity of mercury activity Raoult's law AGqs AH^g ALLOYS AT 240 amalgam were calculated aNaaHg argon cal/g-atom cesium amalgam cesium and mercury cesium AS^,g cesium was obtained cesium-cesium amalgam cells CESIUM-MERCURY SYSTEM component composition range CsHg2 CsHgn dilute solutions occur electromotive force emf data energy of cesium energy of mixing entropy of cesium entropy of mixing equilibrium constants excess free energy experimental points force of cesium-cesium fraction of cesium gas constant heat of mixing Hildebrand ref Ideal activity Raoult's inner tube integral values J/g-atom Lewis Research Center LIQUID CESIUM-MERCURY ALLOYS millimeters mixing AH mixing of cesium number of electrons outer tube partial and integral partial entropy partial excess entropy partial excess free partial free energy partial heat Performing Organization potentiometer relation nFe shown in figure similar equation specific compound formation temperature coefficients thermodynamic data THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES thermodynamic quantities tion U. S. Customary