Thermodynamic Properties of Se-Te(l) Described by an Extension of the Two Domain Model
Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion
The two domain model of Se-Te liquid is developed further than heretofore. Explicit equations are obtained for the excess Gibbs energy of mixing, the chemical potentials, the enthalpy of mixing, the relative constant pressure heat capacity, and the partial and total pressures. A generally satisfactory fit is obtained for the experimental activity of Te and enthalpy of mixing at 733 K, the relative heat capacity as a function of temperature, and for the total pressure for 99, 60, and 27 at.% Se between about 780 and 1130 K. This is done while leaving unchanged the site fraction of H or (Te-like) and L (or Se-like) domains previously used to fit a number of physical properties.
Brebrick, Robert F., "Thermodynamic Properties of Se-Te(l) Described by an Extension of the Two Domain Model" (2016). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 260.