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

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These thermodynamic potentials then may be fixed by means of the

concentration of the particular atoms in a second phase (mostly

) in equilibrium with the solid under consideration. In general one can say that in

these cases ...

These thermodynamic potentials then may be fixed by means of the

concentration of the particular atoms in a second phase (mostly

**liquid**or gaseous) in equilibrium with the solid under consideration. In general one can say that in

these cases ...

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29 one sees the co-existing

compositions very rich in M and at the right hand side the co-existing

vapour phases H2G2 and H2K2 with compo- sof/tf M+ solid MX solid M + vapour

solid MX+1 ...

29 one sees the co-existing

**liquid**-vapour phases, A2C2 and A2B2 withcompositions very rich in M and at the right hand side the co-existing

**liquid**-vapour phases H2G2 and H2K2 with compo- sof/tf M+ solid MX solid M + vapour

solid MX+1 ...

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There are a number of factors which determine the

temperature of which must be at the melting point of the growing crystal of course.

The

external ...

There are a number of factors which determine the

**liquid**-solid interface, thetemperature of which must be at the melting point of the growing crystal of course.

The

**liquid**is maintained at a temperature above this point by means of anexternal ...

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