subsolvus


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subsolvus

[¦səb′säl·vəs]
(physical chemistry)
A range of conditions in which two or more solid phases can form by exsolution from an original homogeneous phase.
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In that experimental study, it was determined the effect of the solution temperature on the microstructure of a Ni-based superalloy and they observed a primary [gamma] fraction of about 7.4% at solution temperature for subsolvus condition.
Alkalis in the Jalor subsolvus (pink biotite-hornblende and white biotite granites) and hypersolvous (alkali granites) are 6.81-9.40 and 8.13-9.60%, respectively (Kochhar and Dhar, 1993).