Ruthenium carbide exists at high temperatures (2000–2250°K).
The dissociation energy of the ruthenium carbide molecule is 149±5 kcal/mole.
The heat for the sublimation of ruthenium and ruthenium carbide from the ruthenium-carbon system is respectively −155±2 and −175±2 kcal/mole.
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Mollakov, B.M., Glazunov, M.P. & Spitsyn, V.I. Mass-spectrometric study of ruthenium-carbon system. Russ Chem Bull 22, 635–636 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00854047
- Dissociation Energy
- Carbide Molecule