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Condensed-Phase Reactions of Vanadium in the Pyrolytic Graphite-Coated Furnace: Analysis by X-Ray Powder Diffraction

Volume 42, Number 1 (Jan. 1988) Page 166-168

Matousek, J.P.; Powell, H.K.J.

The sequences of solid-phase reactions preceding formation of atomic vapors in the pyrolytic graphite-coated furnace have been inferred from appearance temperatures, activation energies, and multiple-phase high-temperature thermodynamic calculations. Of these, only the latter provides information on the penultimate and earlier steps preceding atom formation.