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Thermodynamic Properties of Titanium-Oxygen Solutions and Compounds.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 5316|
|Contributions||Mah, A., Kelley, K., Gellert, N.|
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Theoretically, oxygen in solid solution in titanium, can be removed by Ca up to a certain level because calcium oxide is thermodynamically more stable than the titanium oxygen solid solution. When hydrogen is introduced, the thermodynamic properties of the components in the system may be changed, which will affect the deoxygenation by: 8.
From the analyzed oxygen concentrations in titanium, thermodynamic properties of oxygen in β-titanium-oxygen alloys were evaluated by using the standard free energy of formation of CaO.
A relationship involving oxygen potential, temperature and concentration of oxygen in the β-titanium was determined as follows. (4), a gas solution still follows Sieverts law from the statistical thermodynamic point of view.
Application. In the present analysis, Eq. (2)is used to calculate the Gibbs energy of solution of oxygen dissolved in solid titanium., are used to evaluate the extensive and yet inconsistent databases. The oxygen potential in yttrium-oxygen (Y-O) solid solutions was measured by equilibration with titanium-oxygen (Ti-O) solid solutions.
Yttrium and titanium samples were immersed in calcium-saturated CaCl2 melts at temperatures between and K, and oxygen levels in the two metals were measured. With the Ti-O system acting as a reference, oxygen potentials in Y-O solid solutions.
The system titanium-oxygen is complex and contains the stoichiometric compounds TiaO^s), a-TiO(s), a low-temperature modification of the TiOsolid solution, Tii03(s), a high-temperature congruently melting oxide, the incongruently melting oxide Ti30s(s) and the so called Magneli phases with the generalized formula TinOin-l (" ^ 4).
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