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Computer Methods Applied to the Assessment of Thermochemical Data

By Kirby, S. P.

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Title: Computer Methods Applied to the Assessment of Thermochemical Data  
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Introduction: This paper describes the development of computer techniques for storing and manipulating thermochemical data and corresponding textual material. The methods are illustrated by their application to the assessment of data on TiCf,(g). TiCI,(l), TiCI, (cr), and TiCl,(rr) for which recommended values for standard enthalpies of formation and entropies are given. Future papers will deal with the application of these methods to the full range of transition metal halide...

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Contents 1. Introduction ......................................................... 944 Appendix 111. Basic Thermal Function Data for Ti- 1.1. Data Compilations ........................................ 944 tanium Chlorides and Associated Compounds ..... 1.2. Computer Methods Applied to Data Assess- Appendix IV. Tabulated Thermal Functions for Timat ............................................................. 944 tanium Chlorides and Associated Compounds ..... 1.3. The Sussex Computerized Thermochemical Data Base ...................................................... 944 2. Computer Storage of Data ................................... 945 2.1. Experimental Data File ................................. 945 List of Tables 2.2. Selected Reference Temperature Data File .. 946 1. Specimen paper from experimental data file ........ 2.3. Thermal Function Data File ......................... 947 2. Kesults ofprocessing some ofthe data from l'able 3. Data Procasing .................................................. 947 1 ............................................................................ 3.1. Introduction .................................................. 947 3. Definitive equations for TiC&(g) ........................ 3.2. Tahulatinn nf Thermal F~~nctioDna ta ......... 947 4. Definitive equations for TiC1,(1) ......................... 3.3. Reduction to Standard State and Reference 5. Definitive equations for TiCl, (cr) ....................... Temperature .................................................. 947 6. Definitive equations for TiCl,(cr) ....................... 4. Data Assessment ................................................ 948 7. Selected values for enthalpies of formation and 5. Assessment of Data for ?TCl,(g), TiC14(I), entropies at 298.15 K for TiCl,(cr), TiCl,(cr), TiCl, ( cr ) , and TiCl, (cr ) ..................................... 949 TiC14(1), and TiC14(g) in joules .......................... 5.1.Introduction .................................................. 949 8. Selected values for thermal functions for 5.2. TiCl,(g) ........................................................ 950 TiCl,(cr), TiCl,(cr), TiCl,(l), and T i q ( g ) in 5.3. TiC14(1) ......................................................... 950 joules .................................................................... 5.4. TiCl,(cr) ....................................................... 953 5.5. TiCI,(cr) ....................................................... 953 6. C~cluslon... ........................................................ 956 7. Acknowledgments ................................................ 959 List of Figures 8. References ............................................................ 959 Appendix I. Key to Coded References for Titanium 1. Assessment procedure .................................... Chloride Data ........................................................ 960 2(a)- Initial residuals for AGO vs temperature for Appendix 11. Initial Values for Titanium Chlorides vaporization of Tic4 (1) ................................. and Associated Compounds .................................. 962 2(b). Revised residuals for AGO vs temperature for vaporization of TiCl,(l) ................................. 3[a). Initial residuals for AGO vs temperature for 01986 by the U. S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. 2TiC13(cr) = TiC14(g) + TiCl,(cr) .............. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the American Chcruical3m;icty. 3(b). Revised residuals for AGO vs temperature for Reprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. 2TiC& (cr ) = l'iC14 (g) + TiCl, ( cr) .............. 0047-2689/86/030943-23/$06.00 943 J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, Vol. 15, No. 3,1986

 

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