日本金属学会誌

J. Japan Inst. Metals, Vol. 16, No. 9 (1952),
pp. 482-486

Physico Chemical Study on Copper Smelting (I). Measurement of Equilibrium of the Reduction of Solid Copper Sulphides by Hydrogen

Tetsuo Yagihashi and Tadashi Satô


Abstract:

The authors measured the equilibrium of the reaction, Cu2S(S)+H2(g) 2Cu(S)+H2S(g) at the temperature range from 700° to 900° by means of flow method. The equations for the temperature function of the equilibrium constant and Gibbs' free energy changy in the above reaction from the experimental results were obtained as follows:

Then, comparing the thermodynamical data of FeS with those of Cu2S, the authors concluded that the former was unstable at higher temperature range, 930∼1000°C and the lattr at lower temperature range, 700∼930. Furthermore, combining the above equation with the equation of the temperature function of dissociation constant of hydrogen sulphide gas the following equation were obtained:


(Received 1952/6/6)

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