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On the Anomalous Behaviors of the Electrical Resistivity and the Thermoelectric Power in Liquid Alloys Ag–Sn and Ag–Sb
Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals
Anomalous behavior of the thermoelectric power of the liquid silver alloys, Ag-Sn and Ag-Sb, is discussed from the viewpoint of the pseudomolecule model in connection with the experimental results for the heat of mixing, the magnetic susceptibility and the electrical resistivity of these alloys. The heat evolution observed on the mixing of liquid silver with liquid tin or liquid antimony suggests that pseudomolecules having the compositions of Ag4Sn and Ag5Sb are formed in these liquid alloysdoi:10.2320/matertrans1960.17.717 fatcat:xxo6jxjoanb2xfwbhhybrdjjfu