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The preparation and properties of some transition phosphides

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Journal
Journal of the Less Common Metals
0022-5088
Publisher
Elsevier
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Volume
4
Issue
6
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DOI: 10.1016/0022-5088(62)90037-1

Abstract

Abstract The monophosphides of some transition metals in Groups IV, V, VI, and VII were prepared by reacting calcium phosphide with metal powders or metal chlorides. The densities, oxidation resistances, thermal stabilities, and hardnesses of the monophosphide powders and compacts were measured to further characterize these compounds. Niobium phosphide, the most stable phosphide of those studied, decomposed at 1,730°C, while MnP, the least stable phosphide, decomposed at 1,100°C. The monophosphides appear metallic, have high electrical conductivities, and are about as hard as hard steel.

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