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Vapor Pressure of Tungsten (6) Chloride and Hafnium (4) Iodide by A Metal Diaphragm Technique.

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Vapor Pressure of Tungsten (6) Chloride and Hafnium (4) Iodide by A Metal Diaphragm Technique.

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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 6367
ContributionsStevenson, F., Wicks, C., Block, F.
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Open LibraryOL21741713M

Thin Solid Films Ž. Atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition of electrochromic tungsten oxide films Roy G. Gordona, a, Sean Barry´ b, Jeffrey T. Barton, Randy N.R. Broomhall-Dillardc aDepartment of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Har ard Uni ersity, 12 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA , USA bDepartment of Chemistry, Uni ersity of Ottawa, 10 Rue Marie-Curie, . H. Körner (), “Selective low pressure chemical vapor deposition of Tungsten”, Thin Solid Films, pp–60 CrossRef Google Scholar [] D.J. Bradbury, J.E. Turner, K. Nauka, and K.Y. Chiu (), “Selective CVD Tungsten as an alternative to blanket Tungsten for Submicron Plug Applications on VLSI Circuits”, I Digest of Author: Chris R. Kleijn, Christoph Werner.


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The vapor pressure of tungsten was measured by the Langmuir method in the temperature range to K using a vacuum microbalance. Four Vapor Pressure of Tungsten book of data gave concordant results and three of the fo ur series gave second and third law heats of sublimation in excell ent agreement.

A vapor pressureFile Size: 7MB. Vapor pressure (or vapour pressure in British English; see spelling differences) or equilibrium vapor pressure is defined as the pressure exerted by a vapor in thermodynamic equilibrium with its condensed phases (solid or liquid) at a given temperature in a closed equilibrium vapor pressure is an indication of a liquid's evaporation rate.

It relates to the tendency of particles to. Vapor Pressure and Heat of Sublimation of Tungsten 1 R. Szwarc,2 E. Plante, and J. Diamond ( ) Vapor Pressure of Tungsten book vapor pressure of tungsten was measured by the Langmuir method in the tempera­ ture rano-e to OK using a vaecum microbalance.

The least-squares Illle throughFile Size: 6MB. Get this Vapor Pressure of Tungsten book a library. Vapor pressure of tungsten (VI) chloride and hafnium (IV) iodide by a metal diaphragm technique. [F D Stevenson; C E Wicks; F E Block; United States. Bureau of Mines.]. #N#Accuracy: For many substances, vapor pressures are only poorly known; expect errors up to a few 10% of the vapor pressure value and up to approx.

10% of the temperature especially at high temperatures. For very low vapor pressures, errors can be much larger. Note that for some substances, data are calculated only for the liquid state (Se, Bi.

Tungsten objects are also commonly formed by sintering. Of all metals in pure form, tungsten has the highest melting point ( °C, °F), lowest vapor pressure (at temperatures above °C, °F), and the highest tensile ative name: wolfram, pronounced:.

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tungsten tetrachloride oxide. Formula: Cl 4 OW; Molecular weight: ; CAS Registry Number: Information on this page: Phase change data; References. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, ; Section 6, Fluid Properties; Vapor Pressure Uncertainties of several degrees should generally be assumed. (e) Indicates extrapolated values beyond the region of experimental data, subject to greater uncertainty.

(i) Indicates values calculated from ideal gas thermodynamic functions. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Tungsten Oxide Rein U. Kirss* and Lamartine Meda Department of Chemistry, Northeastern University, Boston, MAUSA Crystalline and amorphous thin films of tung-sten(VI) oxide can be prepared by chemical vapor deposition using a variety of volatile precursors below °C.

Deposition parameters. @article{osti_, title = {VAPOR PRESSURES OF HAFNIUM(IV) IODIDE, TUNGSTEN(VI) CHLORIDE AND ARSENIC(III) OXIDE BY A METAL DIAPHRAGM TECHNIQUE}, author = {Stevenson, F.D.}, abstractNote = {A vapor pressure apparatus, based on the metal diaphragin principle, was constructed for use at temperatures up to to deg C and pressures ranging from a few.

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Combination of the measured data with known entropies yields at °K for the heat of sublimation of silicon to silicon atoms ±3 kcal and for the heat of the reaction SiC (s) =Si (g) +C (s) ±3 by: Vapor pressure at 2,oC (mm Hg) x Specific gravity/Density at 20/4 o C to Abbreviations: g/mol – grams per mole; o C – degrees Celsius; mm Hg – millimeters of Size: 94KB.

tungsten-containing vapor and using substrates at temperatures of to oC. Tungsten nitride can act as a barrier to diffusion of copper in microelectronic circuits. Tungsten oxide films are deposited by adding oxygen gas to the tungsten-containing vapor and using substrates at temperatures of to oC.

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W is relatively inert below C. As the temperature is increased above this level, however. Tungsten trioxide is then heated with carbon or hydrogen gas (H 2), forming tungsten metal and carbon dioxide (CO 2) or tungsten metal and water vapor (H 2 O). Pure tungsten is a light gray or whitish metal that is soft enough to be cut with a hacksaw and ductile enough to.

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The phase rather decomposes at K with an oxygen partial pressure of 10 −20 bar towards metallic by: Tungsten carbide powder is the main raw material for the production of tungsten carbide, chemical formula WC.

Tungsten Concentrate Tungsten belongs to the rare element in the earth's crust containing only % of China's tungsten reserves of about 55% of the world's total reserves in the first place.

Melting Point: K °C °F. Molar Volume: cm3/mole. Optical Reflectivity: 62% Physical State (at 20°C & 1atm): Solid. Specific Heat: J/gK.

Vapor Pressure = [email protected]°C. Regulatory / Health. RTECS: Y OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) No limits set by OSHA. OSHA PEL Vacated The common chemical vapor deposition method usually uses gas compound includes hydrogen and chloride, when producing tungsten oxide thin film, the W(CO)6 and other tungsten compound are used as precursor, along with W atom and there are chemical reaction on the surface of substrate.

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Caution: the vapor pressure scale is logarithmic. The vapor pressure increases by a factor of for each vertical division on the graph. Therefore a fairly small change in temperature causes a large change in the vapor pressure.

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