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Natrium pp 324-346 | Cite as

Systeme mit zwei oder mehreren Natriumhalogeniden

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

Zusammenfassung

Das Schmelzdiagramm zeigt nach thermischen Analysen verschiedener Bearbeiter ein einfaches Eutektikum (E), für dessen Temperatur (in °C) und Zusammensetzung (in Mol-% NaF) folgende Angaben vorliegen:

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