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Melting temperature, vapor density, and vapor pressure of molybdenum pentafluoride

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Abstract

A sample of MoF/sub 5/ was prepared by reaction of MoF/sub 6/(g) and Mo(c). Melting curves of temperature against time established the melting temperature at zero impurity to be 318.85 K, the enthalpy of fusion to be 6.1 kJ mol/sup -1/ (+ - 5 per cent), and the cryoscopic impurity of the sample to be 0.15 mole per cent. In the presence of MoF/sub 6/(g) which was added to suppress disproportionation, the vapor density of MoF/sub 5/ over the liquid was measured by the transpiration method at 343, 363, and 383 K, the total MoF/sub 5/ that evaporated being determined by permanganate titration. The total vapor pressure of MoF/sub 5/ oligomers over the liquid was measured by a simple static method at 373 and 392 K, while melting temperatures were taken alternately to monitor possible contamination of the sample. Although the vapor pressures were adjusted for disproportionation, solution of MoF/sub 6/ in MoF/sub 5/ (1), and wall adsorption of MoF/sub 6/ their percentage uncertainty is probably several times that of the vapor densities. A combination of the two properties indicates the average extent of association of the saturated vapor to be near 2, which is the value for the dimer  More>>
Authors:
Krause, Jr, R F; Douglas, T B [1] 
  1. National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. (USA). Inst. for Materials Research
Publication Date:
Dec 01, 1977
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
AIX-09-364967; EDB-78-045426
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: J. Chem. Thermodyn.; (United Kingdom); Journal Volume: 9:12
Subject:
37 INORGANIC, ORGANIC, PHYSICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY; DENSITY; MOLYBDENUM FLUORIDES; MELTING POINTS; VAPOR PRESSURE; FUSION HEAT; MEDIUM TEMPERATURE; VAPORS; ENTHALPY; FLUIDS; FLUORIDES; FLUORINE COMPOUNDS; GASES; HALIDES; HALOGEN COMPOUNDS; MOLYBDENUM COMPOUNDS; PHYSICAL PROPERTIES; THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES; TRANSITION ELEMENT COMPOUNDS; TRANSITION HEAT; TRANSITION TEMPERATURE; 400201* - Chemical & Physicochemical Properties
OSTI ID:
5309429
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
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Journal ID: CODEN: JCTDA
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INIS
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Pages: 1149-1163
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Krause, Jr, R F, and Douglas, T B. Melting temperature, vapor density, and vapor pressure of molybdenum pentafluoride. United Kingdom: N. p., 1977. Web.
Krause, Jr, R F, & Douglas, T B. Melting temperature, vapor density, and vapor pressure of molybdenum pentafluoride. United Kingdom.
Krause, Jr, R F, and Douglas, T B. 1977. "Melting temperature, vapor density, and vapor pressure of molybdenum pentafluoride." United Kingdom.
@misc{etde_5309429,
title = {Melting temperature, vapor density, and vapor pressure of molybdenum pentafluoride}
author = {Krause, Jr, R F, and Douglas, T B}
abstractNote = {A sample of MoF/sub 5/ was prepared by reaction of MoF/sub 6/(g) and Mo(c). Melting curves of temperature against time established the melting temperature at zero impurity to be 318.85 K, the enthalpy of fusion to be 6.1 kJ mol/sup -1/ (+ - 5 per cent), and the cryoscopic impurity of the sample to be 0.15 mole per cent. In the presence of MoF/sub 6/(g) which was added to suppress disproportionation, the vapor density of MoF/sub 5/ over the liquid was measured by the transpiration method at 343, 363, and 383 K, the total MoF/sub 5/ that evaporated being determined by permanganate titration. The total vapor pressure of MoF/sub 5/ oligomers over the liquid was measured by a simple static method at 373 and 392 K, while melting temperatures were taken alternately to monitor possible contamination of the sample. Although the vapor pressures were adjusted for disproportionation, solution of MoF/sub 6/ in MoF/sub 5/ (1), and wall adsorption of MoF/sub 6/ their percentage uncertainty is probably several times that of the vapor densities. A combination of the two properties indicates the average extent of association of the saturated vapor to be near 2, which is the value for the dimer species (MoF/sub 5/)/sub 2/.}
journal = {J. Chem. Thermodyn.; (United Kingdom)}
volume = {9:12}
journal type = {AC}
place = {United Kingdom}
year = {1977}
month = {Dec}
}