Liquid Tin Solution Calorimeter for Measuring Heats of Formation of Alloys
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A liquid tin solution calorimeter has been constructed for determining the heats of formation of alloy phases from the heats of solution of the alloys and of the pure component metals in liquid tin. The design of the calorimeter is presented, and the experimental procedures and calculation methods are described and illustrated with data from representative runs. These indicate that heats of formation of alloy phases may be determined with an average uncertainty of about plus or minus 50 cal/g atom. (auth)
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