High Temperature Properties and Decomposition of Inorganic Salts Part 3, Nitrates and Nitrites

  title={High Temperature Properties and Decomposition of Inorganic Salts Part 3, Nitrates and Nitrites},
  author={Kurt H. Stern},
  journal={Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data},
  • K. Stern
  • Published 1 July 1972
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data
The literature dealing with the high‐temperature behavior of inorganic nitrates and nitrites has been critically reviewed. Values of (GTo−H298o)/T of the reactants and products of the decomposition reactions were calculated and have been tabulated from 298 K up to as high a temperature as possible. Equilibrium constants and partial pressures were tabulated. Auxiliary data on phase transitions and densities have also been included. Qualitative information about the thermal decomposition of the… 

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