Thermodynamic properties of Mg-Si (magnesium-silicon) system

  • F. Predel
Part of the Physical Chemistry book series (volume 12D)


This chapter provides the phase diagram, enthalpy of formation, entropy of formation, enthalpies of mixing and thermodynamic activity of Mg-Si (magnesium-silicon) system.


  1. [49Kub]
    Kubaschewski, O., Villa, H.: Z. Elektrochem. 53 (1949) 32Google Scholar
  2. [62Cau]
    Caufield, H.J.: Ph.D. Thesis, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, (1962), quoted in [67Eld]Google Scholar
  3. [62Grj]
    Grjotheim, K., Herstad, O., Petrucci, S., Skarbo, R., Toguri, J.: Rev. De Chimie Acad. Rep. Populaire Roumanie 7 (1962) 217Google Scholar
  4. [64Luk]
    Lukashenko, G.M., Eremenko, V.N.: Russ. J. Inorg. Chem. 9 (1964) 1243Google Scholar
  5. [67Eld]
    Eldridge, J.M., Miller, E., Komarek, K.-L.: Trans. TMS-AIME 239 (1967) 775Google Scholar
  6. [68Gef]
    Geffken, R., Miller, E.: Trans TMS-AIME 242 (1968) 2323Google Scholar
  7. [73Bar]
    Barin, I., Knacke, O.: Thermochemical Properties of Inorganic Substances, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, (1973)Google Scholar
  8. [79Kub]
    Kubaschewskii, O., Alcock, C.B.: Metall. Thermochemistry, 5th ed., Pergamon Press New York, NY, (1979)Google Scholar
  9. [81Rao]
    Rao, Y.K., Belton, G.R.: “Chemical Metallurgy – A Tribute to Carl Wagner” N.A. Gokcen, ed., TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA, (1981) 75Google Scholar
  10. [86Lud]
    Lüdecke, D.: Z. Metallkde. 77 (1986) 278Google Scholar
  11. [92Cha]
    Chakrobarti, N., Lukas, H.L.: Calphad 16 (1992) 79CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  12. [94Luk]
    Lukas, H.L.: in «Thermochemical Database for Light Metal Alloys», I. Ansara, ed., European Commission, rue de la Loi 200 (SDME 1/44), B-1049 Brussels, (1994) 12Google Scholar
  13. [97Feu]
    Feufel, H., Gödecke, T., Lukas, H.L., Sommer, F.: J. Alloys Comp. 247 (1997) 31CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. [00Yan]
    Yan, X.-Y., Zhang, F., Chang, Y.A.: J. Phase Equil. 21 (2000) 379CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Predel
    • 1
  1. 1.Max-Planck-Institut für FestkörperforschungStuttgartGermany

Personalised recommendations