phase equilibria

phase equilibria

[′fāz ‚ē·kwə′lib·rē·ə]
(physical chemistry)
The equilibrium relationships between phases (such as vapor, liquid, solid) of a chemical compound or mixture under various conditions of temperature, pressure, and composition.
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He begins with the fundamentals of phase equilibria and structure, methods of processing, mechanical behavior, oxidation behavior.
Then he turns to physical metallurgy, looking at the structure of metals and alloys; phase equilibria, diffusion, defects, and properties; and phase transformation, recrystallization, and grain growth.
Valderrama, Consistency test of solubility data of ammonia in Ionic liquids using the modified Peng-Robinson equation of Kwak and Mansoori, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 348 33-38 (2013)
In general, good agreement was observed between the phase equilibria in the isothermal sections obtained by the two methods.
1998, Inverted metamorphism in the High Himalaya of Himachal Pradesh (NW India): phase equilibria versus thermobarometry, Schweiz.
Experimental determination of phase equilibria and reassessment of Ag-Pd system.
This section shows the phase equilibria of systems involving low density poly(ethylene), LDPE, at temperatures between 353.
Thermomagnetic Processing Technology (TMP) can reduce these costs through the use of superconducting magnets, which add a new dimension to the phase equilibria for a given material and introduce a continuum of continuous cooling transformation curves.
Hydrothermal properties of materials; experimental data on aqueous phase equilibria and solution properties at elevated temperatures and pressures.