Solidliquid interfacial energy of neopentylglycol solid solution in equilibrium with neopentylglycol(D) camphor eutectic liquid


Bayram Ü. , Aksoz S., Marasli N.

Journal of Crystal Growth, vol.338, no.1, pp.181-188, 2012 (Journal Indexed in SCI Expanded) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 338 Issue: 1
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Doi Number: 10.1016/j.jcrysgro.2011.11.005
  • Title of Journal : Journal of Crystal Growth
  • Page Numbers: pp.181-188
  • Keywords: Phase Equibliria, Interfaces, Eutectics, Organic compounds, IN TERNARY ALLOY, SURFACE ENERGIES, THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY, CARBON TETRABROMIDE, MELTING POINTS, PIVALIC ACID, SUCCINONITRILE, SYSTEMS, TENSION, METALS

Abstract

The grain boundary groove shapes for equilibrated solid neopentylglycol (NPG) solution (NPG3 mol% D-camphor) in equilibrium with the NPGDC eutectic liquid (NPG36.1 mol% D-camphor) have been directly observed using a horizontal linear temperature gradient apparatus. From the observed grain boundary groove shapes, the GibbsThomson coefficient (), solidliquid interfacial energy (σ SL) of NPG solid solution have been determined to be (7.5±0.7)×10 -8 K m and (8.1±1.2)×10 -3 J m -2, respectively. The GibbsThomson coefficient versus T mΩ 1/3, where Ω is the volume per atom was also plotted by linear regression for some organic transparent materials and the average value of coefficient (τ) for nonmetallic materials was obtained to be 0.32 from graph of the GibbsThomson coefficient versus T mΩ 1/3. The grain boundary energy of solid NPG solution phase has been determined to be (14.6±2.3)×10 -3 J m -2 from the observed grain boundary groove shapes. The ratio of thermal conductivity of equilibrated eutectic liquid to thermal conductivity of solid NPG solution was also measured to be 0.80. © 2011 Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.