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Bulletin 605 Bureau oF Mines THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF 65 ELEMENTS— THEIR OXIDES HALIDES CARBIDES AND NITRIDES By C. E. Wicks and F. E, Block UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: 1963 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Stewart L. Udall, Secretary BUREAU OF MINES Marling J. Ankeny, Director This publication has been cataloged as follows: Wicks, Charles E Thermodynamic properties of 65 elements—their oxides, halides, carbides, and nitrides, by C. E. Wicks and F. E. Block, Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1963. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Bulletin 605) 1. Thermochemistry. 2. Oxides. 3. Halides. 4. Carbides. 5. Nitrides. I. Block, Frank B., joint author. I. Title. (Series) ‘TN23.U4 no. 605 622.06173 US. Dept. of the Int, Library For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Otfice ‘Washington 25, D.C. Price $1.00 Page Introduction . - 1 Part 2.—Heat content, heat-of-formation, and ‘Symbols and units 2} free-energy data—Continued Part 1—Thermodynamie functions and their Lead and its compounds. 3 Lithium and its eompounds- 3 Tiutetium and its compounds: 4 Magnesium and its compounds 5 Manganese and its compounds. Free energy. 7 Mercury and its compounds. Part 2.—Heat content, ‘Molybdenum and its compounds. free-energy data. = 10 Neodymium and its compounds. Aluminum nd its compoun 5 10 ‘Antimony and its compounds. eet Arsenic and its compounds. nt Barium and its compounds. 16 Beryllium and its compoun: 18 Bisinuth and its compounds. 20 Boron and its compounds, 22 Broming 24 Promethium and its compound Cadmium and its compounds * 24 Rhenium and its compounds. Calcium and its compounds. * 26 Samarium and ite compounds Carbon and its compounds. 28 Scandium and its compound Cerium and its compounds. * 32 Siifeon and its eompounds. Chior! - 383 Silver and its compounds. Chromium and its compound - 34 Sodium and its compounds Cobalt and its compounds. ¢ 38 Strontium and its compounds Columbium and its compounds © 40 ‘Tantalum and its compounds. 5 41 Terbium and its eompounds.. Dag D458 8 < 47 Titanium and its compounds: © 48 ‘Tungsten and its compounds: © 49 Uranium and its compounds. = 51 Vanadium and its compounds: < 82 Ytterbium and its compound ¢ 58 Yttrium and its compounds. "56 Zine and its compounds. 37 ireor < 62 References. ILLUSTRATIONS He 1. Aluminum, 2 Antimony 3. Arsenic. 4 5. Beryl 6 7 8 9. 10. 1 12, Chromium (aj