Mixed Transport Control in Gas-liquid Metal Reactions
Laughlin, David E.
The calculation of the rate of gas-liquid metal reactions of the type A(gas) +B(dissolved) =AB(gas) is described, assuming that the rates are controlled by transport. Mixed control is shown to occur in a number of important gas-liquid metal reactions. This leads to slow rates which may be erroneously ascribed to control by a chemical step. The definition of parameters which can be calculated to indicate without ambiguity whether control is mixed or lies in the gas or liquid phases is discussed.
T. Debroy et al., "Mixed Transport Control in Gas-liquid Metal Reactions," Metallurgical Transactions B, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 271-277, Springer Verlag, Mar 1977.
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Materials Science and Engineering
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01 Mar 1977