## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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We will now proceed to the case where the solid phase is a

difference with the case of an element is that for a

thermodynamical potential of the two constituents M and X can be fixed with the

aid of the ...

We will now proceed to the case where the solid phase is a

**compound**. Thedifference with the case of an element is that for a

**compound**MX thethermodynamical potential of the two constituents M and X can be fixed with the

aid of the ...

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The actual limit is lower because M will take up X when in equilibrium with MX or

with an atmosphere containing X. It will form either solid or molten M, containing

some X, or a new

The actual limit is lower because M will take up X when in equilibrium with MX or

with an atmosphere containing X. It will form either solid or molten M, containing

some X, or a new

**compound**M„Xra for which n<m. The partial pressure pM in ...Page 135

It is useful to know what other phases will be in equilibrium with the

the conditions of preparation. Also is it convenient to know for what pressures

and temperatures the

...

It is useful to know what other phases will be in equilibrium with the

**compound**atthe conditions of preparation. Also is it convenient to know for what pressures

and temperatures the

**compound**begins to decompose. As an example, a graph...

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