04_07_87 - densiTy of molTen elemenTs and RePResenTaTiVe...

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DENSITY OF MOLTEN ELEMENTS AND REPRESENTATIVE SALTS This table lists the liquid density at the melting point, ρ m , for elements that are solid at room temperature, as well as for some representative salts of these elements . Densities at higher temper- atures (up to the t max given in the last column) may be estimated from the equation ρ ρ ( ) ( ) t k t t = m m where t m is the melting point and k is given in the fifth column of the table . If a value of t max is not given, the equation should not be used to extrapolate more than about 20°C beyond the melting point . Data for the elements were selected from the primary litera- ture; the assistance of Gernot Lang in compiling these data is gratefully acknowledged . The molten salt data were derived from Reference 1 . References 1 . Janz, G . J ., Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Molten Salts: Correlation Equations for Critically Evaluated Density, Surface Tension, Electrical Conductance, and Viscosity Data, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data , 17, Suppl . 2, 1988 . 2 . Nasch, P . M ., and Steinemann, S . G ., Phys. Chem. Liq. , 29, 43, 1995 . Formula Name t m /°C ρ m /g cm –3 k /g cm –3 °C –1 t max Ag Silver 961 .78 9 .320 0 .0009 1500 AgBr Silver(I) bromide 430 5 .577 0 .001035 667 AgCl Silver(I) chloride 455 4 .83 0 .00094 627 AgI Silver(I) iodide 558 5 .58 0 .00101 802 AgNO 3 Silver(I) nitrate 210 3 .970 0 .001098 360 Ag 2 SO 4 Silver(I) sulfate 660 4 .84 0 .001089 770 Al Aluminum 660 .32 2 .375 0 .000233 1340 AlBr 3 Aluminum bromide 97 .5 2 .647 0 .002435 267 AlCl 3 Aluminum chloride 192 .6 1 .302 0 .002711 296 AlI 3 Aluminum iodide 188 .32 3 .223 0 .0025 240 As Arsenic 817 5 .22 0 .000544 Au Gold 1064 .18 17 .31 0 .001343 1200 B Boron 2075 2 .08 Ba Barium 727 3 .338 0 .000299 1550 BaBr 2 Barium bromide 857 3 .991 0 .000924 900 BaCl 2 Barium chloride 961 3 .174 0 .000681 1081 BaF 2 Barium fluoride 1368 4 .14 0 .000999 1727 BaI 2 Barium iodide 711 4 .26 0 .000977 975 Be Beryllium 1287 1 .690 0 .00011 BeCl 2
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