Volumetric Properties of Lithium–Lead Melts

R. A. Khairulin, R. N. Abdullaev, S. V. Stankus, A. S. Agazhanov, I. V. Savchenko

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Abstract

The density of liquid lithium and lithium–lead alloys (10.02 at.% Pb, 14.98 at.% Pb, 18.06 at.% Pb, 20.02 at.% Pb, 22.24 at.% Pb, 23.09 at.% Pb, 25.10 at.% Pb, 30.15 at.% Pb, 38.21 at.% Pb, 40.11 at.% Pb, 43.08 at.% Pb, 46.65 at.% Pb, 50.15 at.% Pb, 60.23 at.% Pb, 70.01 at.% Pb, 83.00 at.% Pb, and 84.30 at.% Pb) has been measured using the gamma-ray attenuation technique over the temperature range from the liquidus line to 1050 K. The position of the liquidus curve in the Li–Pb phase diagram has been clarified. The compositional dependencies of molar volume and volumetric thermal expansion coefficient of the Li–Pb liquid system have been constructed and discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number23
Number of pages10
JournalInternational Journal of Thermophysics
Volume38
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2017

Keywords

  • Density
  • Gamma-ray attenuation technique
  • Lithium–lead system
  • Melt
  • Phase diagram
  • Thermal expansion
  • DENSITY
  • SYSTEM
  • THERMAL-EXPANSION
  • Lithium-lead system
  • LIQUID ALLOYS
  • PHASE-DIAGRAM

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