Undercooling effect | Article about undercooling effect by The Free Dictionary
undercooling effect[¦ən·dər¦kül·iŋ i‚fekt]
The effect whereby a superconductor can be cooled below its critical temperature without the onset of superconductivity.
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While the estimated deviation in manganese concentration for maintaining planar growth stability is predicted to be very small, other impurities may dominate the solutal undercooling effects
. In this regard, carbon has both direct and indirect effects on composition variations in the alloy.