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Solid-State Electrochemical Study of In-Sb Liquid Alloys
T. J. Anderson*
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611
L. F. Donaghey
Chevron Research Company, Richmond, California 94802
The indium activity in liquid In-Sb solutions is measured in the following high temperature solid-state galvanic cells
Pt[C]InxSb,_x(1), In~O~(c)[feszIICO(g), CO~(g)lPt [I]
PtlClIn~Sb, A1), In203(c)l[CSZHIn(1), In~O3(c)[CIPt [II]
The measurements indicate a moderate negative deviation from ideal solution behavior and are in close agreement with