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Thermal stability of pentlandite

@article{Kullerud1963ThermalSO,
  title={Thermal stability of pentlandite},
  author={G. Kullerud},
  journal={Canadian Mineralogist},
  year={1963},
  volume={7},
  pages={353-366}
}
  • G. Kullerud
  • Published 1963
  • Geology
  • Canadian Mineralogist
  • The thermal stability of pentlandite was studied by quenching, differential thermal analysis, and high-temperature X-ray diffraction experiments. Rigid silica tubes were employed as reaction vessels, and vapor, therefore, is an inherent phase in all 3 types of experiments. Synthetic pentlandite of Fe (sub 4.5) Ni (sub 4.5) S 8 composition to decompose at 610 degrees + or - 2 degrees C. to (Fe, Ni) (sub 1-x) S with hexagonal pyrrhotite structure and to a high-temperature nonquenchable phase… CONTINUE READING
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