Chemical and Materials Engineering Vol. 2(3), pp. 51 - 57
DOI: 10.13189/cme.2014.020301
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry and Thermoelectrodynamic Spectroscopy Study of Heat Accumulating/Emitting Salt CaCl2•6H2O


Kashaev R.S.-H. *
Каzan State Power Engineering University,420107, Kazan, Esperanto, 62-29

ABSTRACT

Using nuclear magnetic resonance relaxometry and thermoelectric dynamical methods studied phase transitions and electric power generation properties of hydrate salt CaCl2•6H2O . It can be used as a phase-changing materials (PCM) for heat accumulating/emitting thermal electric energy storage. For studies of phase transitions temperature and time dependences on protons was used Portable Relaxometer NMR NP-2 on resonance frequency nо = 14,5МГц. Was received data on structure-dynamical NMR-parameters, determining phase transition properties of salt.

KEYWORDS
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry, Thermoelectrodynamic spectroscopy, Phase Transitions

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Kashaev R.S.-H. (2014). Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry and Thermoelectrodynamic Spectroscopy Study of Heat Accumulating/Emitting Salt CaCl2•6H2O . Chemical and Materials Engineering, 2 , 51 - 57. doi: 10.13189/cme.2014.020301.