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Enthalpy Increment Measurements from 4.5 K to 350 K and the Thermodynamic Properties of the Titanium Silicide TiSi(cr)

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Author(s)

Donald G. Archer, R J. Kematick, C E. Myers, A Agarwal, E J. Cotts

Abstract

Enthalpy increments for TiSi(cr) were measured from 4.5 K to 350 K with an adiabatic calorimeter. A small anomaly, unknown origin, was detected between 5K and 15 K. From the present measurements and other measurements in the literature, the enthalpy relative to 0K, the entropy and the heat capacity of TiSi(cr) to 1500 K were calculated. The coefficient for the heat capacity of the conduction electrons, [Gamma]el, was estimated from the measurements. Thermodynamic properties for formation from the elements at 298.15 K were also given.
Citation
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data
Volume
44

Keywords

calorimetry, enthalpy, entropy, Gibbs energy, heat capacity, thermodynamics, titanium silicide

Citation

Archer, D. , Kematick, R. , Myers, C. , Agarwal, A. and Cotts, E. (1999), Enthalpy Increment Measurements from 4.5 K to 350 K and the Thermodynamic Properties of the Titanium Silicide TiSi(cr), Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (Accessed April 13, 2024)
Created February 1, 1999, Updated February 17, 2017