Liquid Solution Thermodynamics in the Alumina-saturated Fe-C-Pb System
The solubility of molten lead in alumina-saturated molten iron-carbon alloys was determined as a function of temperature and carbon content. Lead solubility in these melts decreases with decreasing temperature and carbon content. The results were applied to the unified interaction parameter formalisms of Bale and Pelton to develop expressions for predicting lead solubility in this system as a function of temperature and composition.
S. Malhotra et al., "Liquid Solution Thermodynamics in the Alumina-saturated Fe-C-Pb System," ISIJ International, Iron & Steel Institute of Japan, Jan 1998.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.2355/isijinternational.38.1
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