The Equilibrium Between Copper, Zinc, and Chlorine at 1,440°K

CIM Bulletin, 1951

THE equilibrium between copper, zinc, and chlorine may be considered as the simultaneous equilibrium of the two separate chemical reactions of formation of the stable chlorides of copper and zinc at the temperature of the reaction i.e., l440°K. ( 1, l67°C., 2,133°F.)
Keywords: Alloys, Chloride, Chlorides, chlorine, cuprous chloride, equilibrium constant, zinc chloride, copper, Data, Phase, Pressure, zinc