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Behavior of the Elements at High Pressures

By Cannon, John Francis

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Title: Behavior of the Elements at High Pressures  
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Introduction: For this review an attempt has been made to cover all the literature relating directly or indirectly to the pressure-temperature phase diagrams of the elements . All the elements have been considered excepting those that exist in the gaseous state at room temperature and pressure. The elements not reported high-pressure phase transitions and no reported data on the variation of melting temperature with pressure. Information on each of the remaining elements is reviewed in the body of the paper...

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Contents P List of Tables and Figures. ............................. 7P 8a2e ~ 8.3. Iodine ........................................... 8P0ap6c 1. Introduction .......................................... 782 9 . Group I B ............................................. 807 2 . Group 1A (The Alkali Metals). .................... 788 9.1. Copper. ............................................ 807 2.1. Lithium .......................................... 788 9.2. Silver ............................................. 807 2.2. Sodium ......................................... 788 9.3. Gold ................................................ 808 2.3. Potassium ....................................... 789 10. Group 11 B .............................................. 808 2.4. Rubidium ....................................... 789 10.1. Zino .............................................. 808 2.5. Cesium .......................................... 790 10.2. Cadmium ....................................... 808 3 . Group I1 A (The Alkaline Earths) ............... 791 10.3. Mercury ....................................... 808 3.1. Beryllium. ......................................... 791 11. Group IV B ........................................ 809 3.2. Magnesium ....................................... 791 11.1. Titanium ....................................... 809 3.3. Calcium .......................................... 791 11.2. Zirconium. ...................................... 809 3.4. Strontium ....................................... 792 11.3. Hafnium .......................................... 809 3.5. Barium .......................................... 792 12. Group V B ............................................. 809 4 . Group 111 A .......................................... 794 12.1. Tantalum ....................................... 809 4.1. Boron ........................................... 794 12.2. Molybdenum ................................. 810 4.2. Aluminum ....................................... 794 12.3. Tungsten ....................................... 810 4.3. Gallium .......................................... 795 13 . Group VII B .......................................... 810 4.4. Indium .......................................... 795 13.1. Manganese .................................... 810 4.5. Thallium .......................................... 795 14. Group VIII. ............................................ 810 5 . Group IV A .......................................... 7% 14.1. Iron ............................................. 810 5.1. Carbon ........................................... 7% 14.2. Rhodium ....................................... 812 5.2. Silicon. ............................................ 797 14.3. Iridium .......................................... 812 5.3. Germanium ....................................... 797 14.4. Nickcl ......................................... 812 5.4. Tin ................................................ 798 14.5. Platinum ....................................... 812 5.5. Lead ............................................. 799 15 . The Lanthanides and Yttrium ..................... 812 6. Group V A ............................................. 799 15.1. Yttri~ir.n. ........................................ 812 6.1. Phosphorus .................................... 799 15.2. Lanthanum .................................... 812 6.2. Arsenic .......................................... 801 15.3. Cerium .......................................... 813 6.3. Antimony ......................'. ................ 801 15.4. Praseodymium ................................. 814 6.4. Bisrrru~h.. ....................................... 801 15.5. Neodymium. ................................... 814 7. Group VI A (The Chalcogens). .................... 803 15.6. Samarium. ...................................... 815 7.1. Sulfur ............................................. 803 15.7. Europium ....................................... 815 7.2. Selenium. ......................................... 804 15.8. Gadolinium .................................... 815 7.3. Tellurium ....................................... 805 15.9. Terbium ....................................... 815 . 8. Group VII A (The Halogens). .................... 806 15.10. Dysprosium ................................. 816 8.1. Chlorine .......................................... 806 15.11. Holmium ....................................... 816 8.2. Bromine .......................................... 806 15.12. Erbium ....................................... 816 15.13. Thulium ....................................... 816 Copyright 1974 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behall of the United States . This .................................... copyright will be assigned to the American Institule of Physics and the American Chemical 15.14. Ytterbium 816 Society . to whom all requests regarding reproduction should be addressed . 15.15. Lutetium ....................................... 817

 

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