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V. A. Fedorov – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Distillation recovery of AsCl_3 from AsCl_3-HCl-H_2O solutions
    Inorganic Materials, 2007
    Co-Authors: S. V. Nikolashin, V. N. Potolokov, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The distillation recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from saturated solutions in concentrated hydrochloric acid has been studied experimentally at a pressure of 1.013 × 10^5 Pa and temperatures from 60 to 75°C, and the optimal process temperature has been determined.

  • Distillation recovery of AsCl3 from AsCl3-HCl-H2O solutions
    Inorganic Materials, 2007
    Co-Authors: S. V. Nikolashin, V. N. Potolokov, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The distillation recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from saturated solutions in concentrated hydrochloric acid has been studied experimentally at a pressure of 1.013 × 105 Pa and temperatures from 60 to 75°C, and the optimal process temperature has been determined.

  • Reduction of Arsenic Trichloride with hydrogen
    Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2007
    Co-Authors: N. A. Potolokov, A. V. Serov, V. N. Potolokov, A. V. Zhuravlev, V. P. Kolganov, E. G. Zhukov, V. A. Fedorov, V. I. Kholstov

    Abstract:

    The composition of an equilibrium vapor-gas mixture in the range 700–1100 K was estimated for the reaction of Arsenic Trichloride with hydrogen taken in excess of a = 1.0–2.5 as compared to the stoichiometry. The temperatures of the onset of Arsenic condensation (dew point) were found. Kinetic parameters of the chemical reaction were determined. Optimal conditions for the reduction of Arsenic Trichloride with hydrogen were refined and conditions for the condensation of Arsenic with the minimum fraction of the amorphous modification were found.

V. N. Potolokov – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Distillation recovery of AsCl_3 from AsCl_3-HCl-H_2O solutions
    Inorganic Materials, 2007
    Co-Authors: S. V. Nikolashin, V. N. Potolokov, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The distillation recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from saturated solutions in concentrated hydrochloric acid has been studied experimentally at a pressure of 1.013 × 10^5 Pa and temperatures from 60 to 75°C, and the optimal process temperature has been determined.

  • Distillation recovery of AsCl3 from AsCl3-HCl-H2O solutions
    Inorganic Materials, 2007
    Co-Authors: S. V. Nikolashin, V. N. Potolokov, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The distillation recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from saturated solutions in concentrated hydrochloric acid has been studied experimentally at a pressure of 1.013 × 105 Pa and temperatures from 60 to 75°C, and the optimal process temperature has been determined.

  • Reduction of Arsenic Trichloride with hydrogen
    Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2007
    Co-Authors: N. A. Potolokov, A. V. Serov, V. N. Potolokov, A. V. Zhuravlev, V. P. Kolganov, E. G. Zhukov, V. A. Fedorov, V. I. Kholstov

    Abstract:

    The composition of an equilibrium vapor-gas mixture in the range 700–1100 K was estimated for the reaction of Arsenic Trichloride with hydrogen taken in excess of a = 1.0–2.5 as compared to the stoichiometry. The temperatures of the onset of Arsenic condensation (dew point) were found. Kinetic parameters of the chemical reaction were determined. Optimal conditions for the reduction of Arsenic Trichloride with hydrogen were refined and conditions for the condensation of Arsenic with the minimum fraction of the amorphous modification were found.

S. V. Nikolashin – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Distillation recovery of AsCl3 from AsCl3-HCl-H2O solutions
    Inorganic Materials, 2007
    Co-Authors: S. V. Nikolashin, V. N. Potolokov, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The distillation recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from saturated solutions in concentrated hydrochloric acid has been studied experimentally at a pressure of 1.013 × 105 Pa and temperatures from 60 to 75°C, and the optimal process temperature has been determined.

  • Distillation recovery of AsCl_3 from AsCl_3-HCl-H_2O solutions
    Inorganic Materials, 2007
    Co-Authors: S. V. Nikolashin, V. N. Potolokov, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The distillation recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from saturated solutions in concentrated hydrochloric acid has been studied experimentally at a pressure of 1.013 × 10^5 Pa and temperatures from 60 to 75°C, and the optimal process temperature has been determined.

  • Liquid-vapor equilibria in the AsCl3-HCl-H2O system
    Inorganic Materials, 2006
    Co-Authors: V. N. Potolokov, E. G. Zhukov, V. A. Efremov, S. V. Nikolashin, T. K. Menshchikova, V. A. Fedorov

    Abstract:

    The liquid-vapor equilibria in the AsCl3-HCl-H2O system have been studied by a flow method at high hydrogen chloride concentrations (above 20 wt %) over the entire Arsenic Trichloride solubility range at temperatures from 25 to 105°C and a pressure of 1.013 MPa. The composition effects on the parameters of the liquid-vapor equilibria have been assessed, and the conditions for the most effective recovery of Arsenic Trichloride from hydrochloric acid solutions by distillation were established.