ternary diagram

ternary diagram

[′tər·nə·rē ′dī·ə‚gram]
(petrology)
A triangular diagram that graphically depicts the composition of a three-component mixture or ternary system.
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The ternary diagram describes the phase transitions in a three-component system consisting of polymer, solvent, and non-solvent as shown in Fig.
(12) The amounts of solvents selected from the ternary diagram were further modified and studied for influence of the bridging liquid on the process and product.
Constructed on the basis of the ratios of isoprenoids and n-alkanes, the ternary diagram in Figure 6b implies the deposition of oil shale in a salt lake, further justifying the use of the Pr/Ph ratio as a proof of paleo-lake conditions [34].
Thus their compositions can be depicted on ternary diagrams. Figure 4 shows the contours of viscosity on a ternary diagram, with viscosity predicted by a nonlinear model.
A full ternary diagram is an equilateral triangle, but since the interest here is in aluminum-rich alloys, the top portion of the triangle (corresponding to magnesium-rich compositions) has been removed.
Ternary diagram contains three corners that correspond to the 100% of the particular component.
Regarding yet on the Figure 1, where the SLE of PCL 1 with solvent (chloroform) and different nonsolvents is presented, it can be seen from this figure that the n-hexane presents the most pronounce anti-solvent action in the system, viewed as larger heterogeneous region in the ternary diagram. Minor homogeneous region indicate that the lower miscibility of the components after the separation-microencapsulation is favored.
Researchers at the University of Porto present their perfumery ternary diagram (PTD) methodology as a tool for the prediction and mapping of the odor character of ternary to quaternary mixtures of fragrance ingredients.
Emergetic Ternary Diagram. Emergetic ternary diagram, including resource flow lines, sensitivity lines, and sustainability line, has been developed by Almeida et al.