Guinier-Preston zones

Guinier-Preston zones

[gēn′yā ′pres·tən ‚zōnz]
(metallurgy)
The initially formed zones of a precipitate as it comes out of solid solution.
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d) Formation of Segregates, or Guinier-Preston Zones
In precipitation-hardened aluminum alloys, the key manifestation of this phenomenon is the development of dispersoids, tiny clumps of metal oxides called Guinier-Preston zones.