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15.2 Explanation of the Terms Involved
15.3 Mathematical Statement of Phase Rule
15.4 Phase Diagrams
15.5 One-Component Systems
15.6 The Water System
15.7 Sulphur System
15.8 Application of Phase Rule to Two-Component Systems (Liquid–Solid Phase Diagram)
15.9 Type A – Simple Eutectic System
15.10 Type B – System in which Two Components Form a Stable Compound (Zinc–Magnesium Alloy System)
15.11 Type C – The Two-Component Form: A Compound with Incongruent Melting Point
15.12 Thermal Analysis (Cooling Curve)
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J. Willard Gibbs, in 1875, as a result of his mathematical ...