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Die Systeme Natriumhalogenid—H2O

  • Ludwig Roth
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Part of the Na. Natrium. Sodium (System-Nr. 21) book series (GMELIN, volume N-a / 1-7 / 7)

Zusammenfassung

NaF bildet im Gegensatz zu den anderen Halogeniden kein Hydrat und ist viel weniger löslich als diese. Daher schneidet die Dampfdruckkurve der gesättigten NaF-Lösungen die kritische Kurve, während sie bei den übrigen Halogeniden kontinuierlich durch ein Druckmaximum bis zum Schmelzpunkt des Halogenids verläuft. Höhe und Temperatur des Druckmaximums fallen mit steigender Löslichkeit, vgl. hierzu N. B. Keevil (J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 [1942] 841/50) und Fig. 18, S. 20.

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