Physical Chemistry of Melts

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Lecturer
Susa Masahiro  Kobayashi Yoshinao 
Place
Tue5-6(S8-501)  
Credits
Lecture2  Exercise0  Experiment0
Code
24006
Syllabus updated
2013/9/20
Lecture notes updated
2013/9/20
Semester
Fall Semester

Outline of lecture

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Many materials are produced via the state of melts and thus understanding of physico-chemica

Purpose of lecture

The term of 'melts' essentially means what the term of 'liquid' does and is often used, in particular, when one refers to the state of substances which are melted at high temperatures. In this usage, for example, liquid iron is a kind of melt but liquid water is not. Many materials are produced via the state of melts and thus understanding of physico-chemical properties of melts is essential to materials process designing and its optimisation. This lecture mainly centres upon thermodynamics and phase diagrams for metal and its oxide melts, and aims at learning how to use the activity and how to read phase diagrams, in particular, for ternary systems containing melts, through many exercises.

Plan of lecture

01.Basic Thermodynamics [Ellingham diagram 1]
02.Basic Thermodynamics [Ellingham diagram 2, for CO/CO2 scale and solute metals]
03.Activity [Law of mass action and concept of activity]
04.Activity [Raoultian and Henrian standard activities]
05.Activity [Henrian activities by mole fraction and mass% expressions]
06.Activity [Interaction parameters]
07.Phase diagram for binary system [Lever rule, and eutectic and peritectic systems]
08.Phase diagram for ternary system [Method of determining composition]
09.Phase diagram for ternary system [Isoplethal studies in systems containing eutectic reactions]
10.Phase diagram for ternary system [Alkemade lines and composition triangles]
11.Phase diagram for ternary system [Isothermal sections]
12.Phase diagram for ternary system [Isoplethal studies in systems containing peritectic reactions]

Textbook and reference

01.Japan Institute of Metals: Physical Chemistry of Metals (in Japanese)
02.D. R. Gaskell: Introduction to the Thermodynamics of Materials, Taylor & Francis
03.C. G. Bergeron and S. H. Risbud: Introduction to Phase Equilibria in Ceramics, The American Ceramic Society

Related and/or prerequisite courses

Nothing particular

Evaluation

Attendance, submission of assignments and final exam

Comments from lecturer

Students who can take the course are limited only to those who want to learn

Supplement

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縲植bstract縲
Many materials are produced via the state of melts and thus understanding of physico-chemical properties of melts is essential to materials process designing and its optimisation. This lecture mainly centres upon thermodynamics and phase diagrams for metal and its oxide melts, and aims at learning how to use the activity and how to read phase diagrams, in particular, for ternary systems containing melts, through many exercises.

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