Fe—Sb Iron—Antimony

  • Ortrud Kubaschewski von Goldbeck


The phase relationships in the system Fe-Sb have been re-investigated by Maier and Wachtel [1] with the aid of magneto-thermal analyses supported by X-ray and DTA measurements in the temperature range 220–1,600°C with alloys prepared from pure iron (99.99 %, main impurities: 0.0036 % O, 0.005 % C) and antimony also of 99.99% purity. The general pattern of the phase diagram previously published by Hansen [A] was confirmed, except for the Fe-rich region. The revised diagram is shown in Fig. 74. The melting point of antimony, 630.755°C, is a secondary reference point.


Geochemistry Antimony Koto 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ortrud Kubaschewski von Goldbeck
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  1. 1.Metallurgie der Kernbrennstoffe und Theoretische HüttenkundeRWTH AachenAachenFederal Republic of Germany

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