Hot corrosion of gas turbine engine components involves deposits of sodium sulfate which are produced by reactions between NaCl and oxides of sulfur. For the present investigation, NaCl single crystals were exposed at 100 to 850 C to gaseous mixtures of sulfur dioxide, trioxide and oxygen. The products formed during this exposure depend, primarily, on the temperatures. The kinetics of the reactions were measured.
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