KINETIC AND THERMODYNAMIC STUDIES OF THE VAPORIZATION OF INORGANIC COMPOUNDS AT HIGHT TEMPERATURE.
Final rept. 1 Nov 62-31 Oct 65
OBERLIN COLL OH DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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A research program in which work has been carried out on thermodynamic and kinetic studies of the vaporization of metal phosphides and nitrides is summarized. The purpose of the studies has been three fold 1 determination of the mode of vaporization including identification of the condensed phases and vapor species 2 measurement of relevant thermodynamic properties and 3 elucidation of the kinetic aspects i.e. mechanism of the vaporization process. The systems which have been studied include gallium nitride, zinc nitride, zinc phosphide, and cadmium phosphide. Techniques which have been utilized include weight loss effusion, torsion effusion, torsion surface vaporization, vapor transport, quartz spiral gauge static measurements, and mass spectrometric measurements. Author
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy