Cover of: Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates | Surendra K. Saxena Read Online
Share

Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates an Assessed Data Set Based on Thermochemistry and High Pressure Phase Equilibrium by Surendra K. Saxena

  • 9 Want to read
  • ·
  • 84 Currently reading

Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Surfaces (Physics),
  • Geography,
  • Mineralogy

Book details:

About the Edition

During the last thirty years profound developments in expe- rimental techniques to measure high temperature and pressu- res and thermodynamic properties of minerals have occurred. This technical development has been matched by an increased sophistication in applying theoretical methods to obtain new data or improve the quality of existing data. Using these newtechniques, Assessed Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates represents the successful attempt of the authors to develop an internally systematized data base which satis- fies the constraints of calorimetric measurements, phase equilibrium data, measured thermophysical properties of a phase, and heat capacities and entropies estimated from lat- tice vibrational models.

Edition Notes

Statementby Surendra K. Saxena, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Yingwei Fei, Guoyin Shen
ContributionsChatterjee, Nilanjan, Fei, Yingwei, Shen, Guoyin
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE351-399.2
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (VIII, 428 pages 34 illustrations)
Number of Pages428
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27091866M
ISBN 103642783325
ISBN 109783642783326
OCLC/WorldCa840299125

Download Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

: Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates: An Assessed Data Set Based on Thermochemistry and High Pressure Phase Equilibrium (): Surendra K. Saxena, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Yingwei Fei, Guoyin Shen: Books. Get this from a library! Thermodynamic data on oxides and silicates: an assessed data set based on thermochemistry and high pressure phase equilibrium. [Surendra Kumar Saxena;]. Get this from a library! Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates: an Assessed Data Set Based on Thermochemistry and High Pressure Phase Equilibrium. [Surendra K Saxena; Nilanjan Chatterjee; Yingwei Fei; Guoyin Shen] -- During the last thirty years profound developments in expe- rimental techniques to measure high temperature and pressu- res and thermodynamic properties of minerals . Buy Thermodynamic Data on Oxides and Silicates: An Assessed Data Set Based on Thermochemistry and High Pressure Phase Equilibrium Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. by Saxena, Surendra K. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Surendra K. Saxena.

Solid free-energy data have been incorporated by modelling the binary solid solution Ca0-Mg0 and by fitting invariant points around the stoichiometric compounds C3S, C2S, C3MS2, CMS and M2S. 37 T r M.A.J Michels, E. Wesker / The solid-liquid interaction in oxides and silicates EMPERATURE, K M+L M+C2S+L M+C3MS2+L~ M+M2S+L M+CMS+L M Cited by: 3. Saxena S.K., Chatterjee N., Fei Y., Shen G. () Assessment of Data on Some Oxides and Silicates: Calorimetry and High-Pressure Phase Equilibrium Experiments. In: Author: Surendra K. Saxena, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Yingwei Fei, Guoyin Shen. In book: Solid Solutions in Silicate and Oxide Systems (Ed. C.A. Geiger), Edition: v. 3, Chapter: Thermodynamic Mixing Properties of Binary Oxide and Silicate Solid Solutions Determined by Direct. Thermodynamic Data for Single Oxides Si02, A12, CaO and MgO OXIDE Tfus [K] AHfus Tg [K] AHy [kJ/mol] [kJ/mol] Si02 A CaO MgO THERMODYNAMIC MODEL OF AMORPHOUS SILICATES The calculated values Ha"1 as a function of temperature (eq. 6) are shown in fig. 3 Cited by: 5.

Bassett's book is the first effort which has fo­ cused on bringing together the available phase diagrams for the elements, oxides, and silicates that are relevant to the understand­ ing of Earth's and the other terrestrial plane­ tary interiors. Since the book also covers the elements and compounds important to the. @article{osti_, title = {Dependence of entropy on volume for silicate and oxide minerals: A review and a predictive model}, author = {Holland, T.J.B.}, abstractNote = {Simple quantum models of lattice heat capacity and entropy may be used to predict the magnitude of the dependence of entropy on volume for silicate minerals. The origins for the volume effect as well as the effect of. Specifically, values for v c and c are not known for complex silicates, such as garnet, and use of data available for simple oxides and compounds (Kumar et al., ;Voelkel et al., Since the book also covers the elements and compounds important to the shallow region of the mantles of the major planets (e.g., H 2, He, C, and H 2 O), it is an invaluable source of data for scientists studying the interiors of these planets as initial introductory chapter lays out, in very condensed form, the relation of phase.