Isotherms for the uranium-hydrogen system at temperatures of 700 to 1065/sup 0/C and pressures to 137. 89 MPa

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Pressure vs composition (P-C) isotherms for the UH system for temperatuers of 700 to 1065/sup 0/C and pressures to 137.89 MPa are shown. The sample was contained in a vessel concentric and located within a secondary vessel. Plateau pressure at 1065/sup 0/C is 700 atm. The single-phase region on the hydrogen-rich side starts at a H/U ratio of 2.35. Physical property measurements showed a thermal conductivity, k, value of 0.003 cal/cm sec K, R/sub c/ = 50. Experimentally determined plateau pressures are compared with values obtained by other workers. The UH system retains broad, two-phase plateaus at temperatures to 1065/sup ... continued below

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Lakner, J.F. June 25, 1985.

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Pressure vs composition (P-C) isotherms for the UH system for temperatuers of 700 to 1065/sup 0/C and pressures to 137.89 MPa are shown. The sample was contained in a vessel concentric and located within a secondary vessel. Plateau pressure at 1065/sup 0/C is 700 atm. The single-phase region on the hydrogen-rich side starts at a H/U ratio of 2.35. Physical property measurements showed a thermal conductivity, k, value of 0.003 cal/cm sec K, R/sub c/ = 50. Experimentally determined plateau pressures are compared with values obtained by other workers. The UH system retains broad, two-phase plateaus at temperatures to 1065/sup 0/C. The critical temperature must be above 1065/sup 0/C. 13 refs., 3 figs., 1 tab.

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  • 10. high pressure conference on research in high pressure science and technology, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 8 Jul 1985

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  • Report No.: UCRL-91871
  • Report No.: CONF-850759-4
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Lakner, J.F. Isotherms for the uranium-hydrogen system at temperatures of 700 to 1065/sup 0/C and pressures to 137. 89 MPa, article, June 25, 1985; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1074436/: accessed April 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.