Now showing items 1-10 of 10
Cathode process at the electrolysis of KF-AlF3-Al2O3 melts and suspensions
The kinetics of the cathode process on tungsten in KF-AlF3-Al2O3 melts and suspensions was studied by means of voltammetry and galvanostatic polarization. The effects of the temperature, [KF]/[AlF3] ratio, Al2O3 content ...
Motion dynamics of anodic gas in the cryolite melt–alumina high-temperature slurry
The results of physical simulation of the behavior of bubbles formed due to the electrochemical evolution of oxygen on an inert anode during the high-temperature electrolysis of alumina slurry in the fluoride melt are ...
ON CONE FORMATION ON BURNT ANODE FACE IN ALUMINUM ELECTROLYZERS
The causes of cone formation on the face of carbon anodes in aluminum electrolyzers are examined. The mechanism of cone formation has not been studied well enough to reduce the coning frequency in practice. In addition, ...
High-temperature specific heat of Bi2GeO5 and SmBiGeO5 compounds
The SmBiGeO5 compound is synthesized from Sm2O3, Bi2O3, and GeO2 by solid-state synthesis with subsequent annealing at 1003, 1073, 1123, 1143, 1173, and 1223 K. The metastable Bi2GeO5 compound is prepared from melt. ...
High-Temperature Heat Capacity of Oxides of the CuO–V2O5 System
CuV2O6 and Cu2V2O7 compounds have been produced from initial components CuO and V2O5 by solid-phase synthesis. The high-temperature heat capacity of the oxide compounds has been measured using differential scanning ...
High-Temperature Heat Capacity of YBiGeO5 and GdBiGeO5 in the Range 373–1000 K
The oxide YBiGeO5 and GdBiGeO5 compounds have been synthesized by solid-phase synthesis. The high-temperature heat capacity has been measured using differential scanning calorimetry in the range 373–1000 K. The results ...