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|Title:||Potential - pH diagrams at temperatures above 298.16 degrees K, Part 2 - potential - pH diagrams of water for the temperature range 298.16 - 573.16 degrees K|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission|
|Citation:||Lowson, R. T. (1972). Potential - pH diagrams at temperatures above 298.16 degrees K, Part 2 - potential - pH diagrams of water for the temperature range 298.16 - 573.16 degrees K. (AAEC/E219 Part 2). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.|
|Abstract:||The Potential — pH diagrams are presented for water over the temperature range 298.16-573.16º K. The diagrams are discussed with reference to variation of the thermodynamic stability of species H20(l) , H +, 0H-, H-, H202, H0-2, H1, H2, 02, 0S and H20(g) with temperature. The diagrams demonstrate the variation of Kw and the neutral point of water with temperature. The maximum for Kw was —11.86 at 473.16º K (200ºC) with a corresponding minimum pH value of 5.93.|
|Gov't Doc #:||449|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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