phase boundary

phase boundary

[′fāz ‚bau̇n·drē]
(physics)
The interface between two or more separate phases, such as liquid-gas, liquid-solid, gas-solid, or, for immiscible materials, liquid-liquid or solid-solid.
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In order to guarantee that the potential is continuous at all points on the complex plane, we must have a phase boundary C at those values of z for which the condition
In this study, after calculation, the RI mechanism was reasonably elected to be the reaction model for the degradation stage of the neat PA10T, PA 10T/SGF, and PA10T/LGF composites, and all the correct function is g(x) = [alpha], following a kinetic model of one dimension phase boundary transformation.
The experimental and theoretical nuclear physicists have been focusing their attentions on the searching for the critical end point and phase boundary. Lattice QCD calculations show that a system is produced at small [[mu].sub.baryon] or high energies through a crossover at the quark-hadron phase transition [2-4].
In this paper, the influence of the phase boundary in a pulsating heat pipe on the characteristics of temperature wave is simulated and the following conclusions are obtained:
Tan, "Morphotropic phase boundary and electrical properties of lead-free (1-x)BaTi[O.sub.3]-xBi([Li.sub.1/3][Ti.sub.2/3) [O.sub.3] ceramics," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
In further reasonings made an assumption that process discussed above is well described by the theory of monomolecular adsorption of Langmuir on the phase boundary "solution - absorbent".
Furthermore, a low threshold was imposed when defining the liquid phase boundary in a vaporized spray, ensuring that the region defined as containing the vapor spray was free from droplets, and that the measured UV light absorption for this region was due to the vapor alone.
The electrochemical reaction take place at three phase boundary (TPB) that exist between the electrolyte and anode materials [3].
which is called "symmetric phase." Multiplying (20) by 2u' and considering symmetry phase boundary condition, we obtain
Based on the Stefan condition, taking into account that the specific surface area of the phase boundary per 1 metre of pipeline equals 2[pi][r.sub.F], the same density value of the heat flow [q.sub.l] can be written as:
It allows the measurement of microtexture (Jiang et al., 2008), microstructure quantification (Bastos et al., 2006), grain and phase boundary characterization (Randle et al., 2008), phase identification (Perez et al., 2006) and strain determination (Britton and Wilkinson, 2012) in crystalline multiphase materials of any crystal structure.