Dilute-solution properties of sulfur in liquid bismuth over the temperature range 820 to 1120 K

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The activity of sulfur dissolved in liquid bismuth has been determined for compositions up to approximately 10 moles per cent of S over the temperature range 820 to 1120 K by equilibrating mixtures of hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen with liquid bismuth. From these results the Henry's law activity coefficients (at infinite dilution) for sulfur in liquid bismuth have been determined as a function of temperature: 1nγ∞(S) = 0.72 - 3924(K/T) ± 0.16. © 1975.

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Trythall, C. A., & Twidwell, L. G. (1975). Dilute-solution properties of sulfur in liquid bismuth over the temperature range 820 to 1120 K. The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 7(12), 1099–1105. https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9614(75)90029-4

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