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1 shows, the only real difference between one phase diagram and the next is one of degree. 1 Feature Cu–Ni (Fig. 6a) Melting points Three-phase horizontals Two: Cu, Ni Two: Pb, Sn None One: L + (Sn) + (Pb) Single-phase fields Two: L, Two-phase fields One: L + Pb–Sn (Fig. 1) Three: L, (Pb), (Sn) Three: L + Pb L + Sn Sn + Pb Cu–Zn (Fig. 6b) Two: Cu, Zn Six: + + L + +L + +L + + + +L + +L Seven: L, Twelve: L + L + L + , L+ L+ L+ + + + , Y+ + + Examples 33 So that you know where to find the phase diagrams you need we have listed published sources of phase diagrams in Appendix 3.

1 (a) An automobile moving downhill can do work. It is this free work that drives the process. (b) In the simplest situation the free work can be calculated from the change in potential energy, mgh, that takes place during the process. This equation does, of course, assume that all the potential energy is converted into useful work. 2) What do we do when there are other ways of doing free work? 3) instead. And we could get even more free work by putting a giant magnet at the bottom of the hill!

We can do this by writing a differential equation which describes what happens as the zone moves from some general position x to a new position x + x (Fig. 4g). 1) 42 Chapter 4 Case studies in phase diagrams Here CL is the concentration of impurity in the liquid and l is the zone length. All concentrations are given in units of impurity atoms per unit volume. Developing eqn. 4) and which we can integrate to give Now the boundary condition is that, when x = 0 CL = C0 . Substituting this into eqn.

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