dissociation pressure

dissociation pressure

[də‚sō·sē′ā·shən ‚presh·ər]
(physical chemistry)
The pressure, for a given temperature, at which a chemical compound dissociates.
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With the formation of the natural gas hydrates the combined hydrate enrich with the components simple hydrates which are characterized by the minimal values of the dissociation pressure [P.sub.[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]].
The enthalpy of formation of NaH was determined by several groups using two different techniques: calorimetric methods [74-77] and dissociation pressure data [57, 65, 78].
The calculated dissociation pressure of Mg[H.sub.2] as function of temperature is presented in Figure 2(a) which shows good agreement with the experimental data from the literature.
Volkov, "Dissociation pressure of molten stoichiometric alkali metal hydrides," Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Herold, "Dissociation pressure of alkali hydrides," Comptes Rendus Chimie, vol.

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