At apparatus has been designed which makes it possible to investigate the characteristics of melting of crystal hydrates at high pressures.
It was established that at pressures exceeding 5000 kg/cm2 the melting of Glauber salt takes place congruently because of the increase in the solubility of anhydrous sodium sulfate as the pressure is increased.
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Kryukov, P.A., Manikhin, V.I. Characteristics of the melting of glauber salt at high pressures. Russ Chem Bull 9, 2077–2078 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00912067
- High Pressure
- Sodium Sulfate