Thermodynamic description of the Pb-O system

Abstract

The phase relations and thermodynamic properties of the Pb-O system are reviewed and assessed. The transformation temperature between PbO and Pb3O4 was also experimentally reinvestigated. A model description of the Pb-O system is then proposed and thermodynamic parameters are optimized. The values calculated from the resulting consistent set of Gibbs energy functions are compared with experimental data and discussed.

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Risold, D., Nagata, J.I. & Suzuki, R.O. Thermodynamic description of the Pb-O system. J Phase Equil. 19, 213–233 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1361/105497198770342238

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  • Heat Capacity
  • Gibbs Energy
  • Lead Oxide
  • Lead Dioxide
  • Enthalpy Increment