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247. Ellingham Diagrams

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This Chemistry Factsheet will allow you to:
• Understand that Ellingham diagrams show how Gibbs’ Free Energy changes vary with temperature.
• Appreciate that the gradient of the line in an Ellingham diagram relates to entropy change.
• Explain how Ellingham diagrams determine the relative ease of reducing a given metal oxide.
• Explain why carbon monoxide is the reducing agent for iron(III) oxide in the blast furnace.
• Explain whether carbon or hydrogen is the better reducing agent for a metal oxide.

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January 2016

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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