The possibility of using the thermochemical approach to thermal decomposition of solids, previously developed by the author, to interpretation of the mechanism and kinetics of reduction of metal oxides with hydrogen was studied. Many properties of NiO reduction with hydrogen, including formation of metal nuclea, the nature of induction period, autocatalysis effect, equimolar and isobaric periods of reduction, the character of the effect of hydrogen pressure on reduction rate, and the nanocrystalline structure of a reduced metal, were explained in terms of the given approach.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 29, 2010
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