Papers by Keyword: Pressure-Dependent

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Authors: S. Zhang
Abstract: The melting temperature-pressure phase diagram [Tm(P)-P] for corundum (Al2O3) is predicted through the Clapeyron equation where the pressure-dependent volume difference is modeled by introducing the effect of surface stress induced pressure. Al2O3 has been employed to test the reliability of the model, because of its important role. Al2O3 has been extensively investigated because of its widely ranging industrial applications. This includes applications as a refractory material both of high hardness and stability up to high temperatures, as a support matrix in catalysis.
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Authors: Shuai Zhang, Lei Chen
Abstract: The melting temperature-pressure phase diagram [Tm(P)-P] for wustite (FeO) is predicted through the Clapeyron equation where the pressure-dependent volume difference is modeled by introducing the effect of surface stress induced pressure. FeO plays an important role in many metallurgical processes and in the Earths mantle mineralogy. FeO is also of great interest in the field of state solid physics and chemistry because of its electrical, magnetic, structural and non-stoichiometric properties.
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Authors: Shuai Zhang, Lei Chen
Abstract: The melting temperature-pressure phase diagram [Tm(P)-P] for magnesium oxide (MgO) is predicted through the Clapeyron equation where the pressure-dependent volume difference is modeled by introducing the effect of surface stress induced pressure. MgO is a material of key importance to earth sciences and solid-state physics: it is one of the most abundant minerals in the Earth and a prototype material for a large group of ionic oxides.
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Authors: S. Zhang, Shu Sheng Jia
Abstract: The melting temperature-pressure phase diagram [Tm(P)-P] for corundum (Al2O3), wustite (FeO) and magnesium oxide (MgO) are predicted through the Clapeyron equation where the pressure-dependent volume difference is modeled by introducing the effect of surface stress induced pressure. The model prediction is found to be consistent with the present experimental results.
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