quaternary system

quaternary system

[′kwät·ən‚er·ē ′sis·təm]
(physical chemistry)
An equilibrium relationship between a mixture of four (four phases, four components, and so on).
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This paper explores the microstructural evolution of three Pb-free solders; two have a near-eutectic composition in a quaternary system, while a third has a composition along the eutectic valley of a ternary compound.
Contract award notice: procurement subject hplc apparatus with quaternary system for the client according to the documentation, including the delivery of the same to the client, which includes installation qualification, operation and performance, and user education clients for doing the same, as well as the issue of the relevant documents certified (certification data of qualification and validation report after installation and commissioning).
Figure 2b registers the micrograph of the quaternary system Pr0.
Figure 3 shows enlarged micrographs of the quaternary system Pr0.
In Figure 5, the Ln E versus Ln J characteristic curves carried out at different temperatures for the quaternary system Pr0.
For a quaternary system, the twelve binary interaction parameters [A.
The number of such possibilities for ternary system is 6, for quaternary system is 220, and for quinary system is 38 760.
This solution combines unsurpassed accuracy and reliability with the full flexibility of a quaternary system, including gradients, precise buffer blending and method development capability.
Kalousek, Studies of portions of the quaternary system soda-lime-silica-water at 25 [degrees]C, J.
Insley, Studies of the Quaternary System CaO-MgO-2CaO*[SiO.
Phase diagrams and modeling are the topics of the next chapter, and III-V ternary and quaternary systems are used as examples.
Further work is needed, however, because calculated mobilities for other ternary systems like AlGaN and quaternary systems like InAlGaN and InGaAsP are needed.