The Pressure Dependence of the Solid State Reaction Between Magnesium and Teflon
Speckart, Eugene O.
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The effect of low pressure on the solid state reaction between magnesium and Teflon was investigated with the percent completion of the reaction the parameter considered. A reaction mechanism and the principal products of the reaction were determined. No noticeable effect on the percent completion was observed at pressures greater than 350mm of mercury; however, the percent dropped off in an exponential fashion below 350mm to a minimum at 12mm, the lowest pressure considered.
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