phase stability

phase stability

[′fāz stə‚bil·əd·ē]
(nucleonics)
A principle governing the stability of motion of particles in a synchrotron; the charged particle must be accelerated in each cycle at a time slightly earlier than the peak value of the accelerating potential.
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The phase stability of B1 and B2 structures of RbBr is analyzed using the enthalpy calculation.
[15] reported on the relative phase stability and lattice dynamics of NaNb[O.sub.3] from first principles.
Hence, the present work is focused on studying the phase stability of perovskite type SrTi[O.sub.3] in [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] + 50 wt.% [V.sub.2][O.sub.5] and [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] + 10 wt.% NaCl environments at 900[degrees]C.
They found that phase stability is largest where the atomic misfit is large, and the phase transformation temperature shifts to lower temperature.
Keywords: Methanol-gasoline; Adipates; Phase stability; Evaporation.
Another paper demonstrating the stability of the cells will be published by ACS Energy Letters later in October under the title, "Improved Phase Stability of Formamidinium Lead Triiodide Perovskite by Strain Relaxation."
One such possibility is to invoke the arrhythmic rise and fall of the sea level in the South Caspian Basin in association with the changes in phase stability conditions which a small addition of ethane makes to a hydrate.
The cable's armoring enhances amplitude and phase stability by preventing stress due to over-bending while maintaining the flexibility required for testing in a lab environment.
The cable's armoring enhances amplitude and phase stability by preventing stress due to over bending while maintaining the flexibility required for testing in a lab environment.
Material is organized in 13 chapters addressing the concepts of internal energy, entropy, and temperature dependence of heat capacities--and the three Laws of Thermodynamics; homogeneous and heterogenous equilibria, fugacity, activity, and equilibrium constant; Effingham-Richardson diagrams; phase rule and phase relations, phase stability, and thermochemical diagrams; phase equilibrium and transformation in metals under high pressures; and thermodynamics of special systems, solutions, electrochemical cells, point defects in binary inorganic compounds, and surfaces and interfaces.
Thermal Properties and Phase Stability of Zn-Sn and Zn-In Alloys as High Temperature Lead-Free Solder.