Adaptation of Computer Program for Pourbaix Diagrams to Personal Computers.
FLORIDA UNIV GAINESVILLE DEPT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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The Fe-Cl-H2O system provides a simple example of the application of the program. The metallic species which will be considered are shown in Table 1. Later, a more complex example will be given. Since computer line printers display only capital letters, it is necessary to develop a suitable convention for writing chemical equations entirely on one line no subscripts and in capital letters. Any reasonable, internally consistent, convention may be employed. Further reference to Table 1 will supply insight into the type of convention employed by the authors in this example. In order to avoid confusion in reading the balanced chemical equations, the computer places an asterisk between all coefficients and the chemical species to which they refer.
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