Reaction of submicron aluminum powders with liquid water. Macrokinetics, products, self-heating

A. P. Lyashko, A. A. Medvinskii, G. G. Savel'ev, A. P. Il'in, N. A. Yavorovskii

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Oxidation by liquid water of submicron aluminum powders (SMP) prepared by the method of electric explosion of conductors with subsequent passivation was investigated. In contrast to more coarsely disperse powders, SMP undergo high degrees of conversion, up to α ≅ 1. An x-ray-amorphous oxide with a specific surface area of up to 500 m2/g is the basic solid product of oxidation of SMP. It is hypothesized that the features of oxidation of SMP are due to self-heating of the particles and their aggregates during the reaction.

Язык оригиналаАнглийский
Страницы (с-по)848-853
Число страниц6
ЖурналKinetics and Catalysis
Том31
Номер выпуска4 pt 2
СостояниеОпубликовано - фев 1991

Отпечаток

Aluminum
Powder
Powders
Heating
Liquid
aluminum
Water
heating
Oxidation
Liquids
products
liquids
water
oxidation
Passivation
Surface area
Conductor
Specific surface area
Explosion
Oxides

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Catalysis
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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Reaction of submicron aluminum powders with liquid water. Macrokinetics, products, self-heating. / Lyashko, A. P.; Medvinskii, A. A.; Savel'ev, G. G.; Il'in, A. P.; Yavorovskii, N. A.

В: Kinetics and Catalysis, Том 31, № 4 pt 2, 02.1991, стр. 848-853.

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Lyashko, A. P. ; Medvinskii, A. A. ; Savel'ev, G. G. ; Il'in, A. P. ; Yavorovskii, N. A. / Reaction of submicron aluminum powders with liquid water. Macrokinetics, products, self-heating. В: Kinetics and Catalysis. 1991 ; Том 31, № 4 pt 2. стр. 848-853.
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