A Phase Diagram for the Barium Oxide–Carbon Dioxide System in the Eutectic Region

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THE barium oxide–carbon, dioxide system has been examined at pressures of carbon dioxide up to 450 atm.1 and is similar in many respects to that of calcium oxide and carbon dioxide2. To bring out the salient features in the eutectic region the section of the diagram shown in Fig. 1 has been restricted to pressures up to 1 atm. Schematic portions are shown as broken lines.

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BAKER, E. A Phase Diagram for the Barium Oxide–Carbon Dioxide System in the Eutectic Region. Nature 206, 1250–1251 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1038/2061250a0

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