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

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section lines of phase surfaces will be given. First however we will deal shortly

with some points that are of importance in the study of phase diagrams. There are

several relationships that are generally valid in the

section lines of phase surfaces will be given. First however we will deal shortly

with some points that are of importance in the study of phase diagrams. There are

several relationships that are generally valid in the

**equilibria**between phases.Page 134

The pressures corresponding to these

projection. The pressures lying on that part of the line that is indicated by the

letters dTBSM give the pressures belonging to the

projection) by ...

The pressures corresponding to these

**equilibria**are indicated in the p, Tprojection. The pressures lying on that part of the line that is indicated by the

letters dTBSM give the pressures belonging to the

**equilibria**given (on the T, xprojection) by ...

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These facts were reconciled in a proposal that a « dissociative mechanism » held

for the diffusion of copper; this assumes that an interstitial-substitutional

These facts were reconciled in a proposal that a « dissociative mechanism » held

for the diffusion of copper; this assumes that an interstitial-substitutional

**equilibrium**exists, with a fast interstitial diffusion superimposed on this**equilibrium**, ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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