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(solution) Pure Sn melts at 505.1K with an enthalpy of fusion of 7.029 kJ


Pure Sn melts at 505.1K with an enthalpy of fusion of 7.029 kJ mol-1; Pure Zn melts at 692.7K with an enthalpy of fusion of 7.322 kJ mol-1. Using this date plus the phase diagram attached calculate the Gibbs energy of mixing at the eutectic point.


Module 2021 Assessment Sheet #3 -Friday, 21st November 1997

Compare the answer with the Gibbs energy of mixing that the eutectic liquid would have if it were an ideal solution. Suggest reasons for any difference in values.

 


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