Tube pressure

John Shott shott at stanford.edu
Wed Nov 7 17:38:50 PST 2012


BC

The tube is at atmospheric pressure for a dry oxidation. For a steam oxidation, our tubes will still be at atmospheric pressure but the partial pressure of steam is slightly less than 1..

John

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On Nov 7, 2012, at 3:36 PM, Miss Tina <bclee79 at stanford.edu> wrote:

> Dear SNF members, 
> 
> I just want to know the pressure inside the oxidation tube during the normal oxidation.
> My oxidation temperature is 1050C in dry ambience.  
> Can I just apply a simple ideal gas law as a function of the temperature? 
> If someone has information or some related papers, it would be very helpful. 
> 
> Thanks, 
> BC
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