Amsterdam-London-New York: Elservier Publ. Comp., 1966. — 290 p.Contents Tribute to A. Prince by T. Chart and B. Legendre Preface Acknowledgements. Introductory thermodynamics . Equilibrium Internal energy Heat content or enthalpy Entropy Free energy Thermodynamics of solutions Solutions Heterogenous equilibrium-the phase rule Free energy of solutions The free energy of phase mixtures Variation of solubility with temperature Binary phase diagrams Two-phase equilibrium Introduction Two phase equilibrium. Complete solubility of the components in both the liquid and the solid state . Binary phase diagrams Three-phase equilibrium involving limited solubility of the components in the solid state but complete solubility in the liquid state Structural factors Three-phase equilibrium-eutectic reactions Three-phase equilibrium-peritectic reactions Congruent transformations Binary phase diagrams Limited solubility in both the liquid and solid state Introductory thermodynamics Monotectic reactions Syntectic reactions Binary phase diagrams Reactions in the solid state Solid state reactions Eutectoïd reactions Monotectoïd reactions Peritectoïd reactions Binary phase diagrams Allotropy of the components Systems in which one phase is in equilibrium with the liquid phase Systems in which two phases are in equilibrium with the liquid phase Ternary phase diagrams Two-phase equilibrium Introduction Representation of ternary systems Tie lines and tie triangles Two-phase equilibrium. Complete solubility of the components in both the liquid and the solid state Ternary phase diagrams Three-phase equilibrium Properties of three-phase tie triangles Three-phase equilibrium produced by the coalescence of miscibility gaps Three-phase equilibrium involving eutectic reactions Three-phase equilibrium involving peritectic reactions Ternary phase diagrams Four-phase equilibrium The eutectic equilibrium l = α+β+γ Variants of the ternary eutectic diagram The quasi-peritectic equilibrium l+α = β+γ T he ternary peritectic equilibrium l+α + β = γ Ternary phase diagrams Intermediate phases Congruently-melting intermediate phases Incongruently-melting intermediate phases Ternary phase diagrams Liquid immiscibilty Two binary systems are monotectic One binary system is monotectic None of the binaries contain liquid miscibility gaps but true ternary liquid immiscibility appears . Ternary phase diagrams Four-phase equilibrium involving allotropy of one component The association of phase regions . Law of adjoining phase regions Degenerate phase regions Two-dimensional sections of phase diagrams The cross rule Non-regular two-dimensional sections Critical points Association of phase regions in multi-components systems Quaternary phase diagrams . Representation of quaternary systems Two-phase equilibrium Three-phase equilibrium Four-phase equilibrium Five-phase equilibrium Two-dimensional polythermal sections Complex quaternary systems Appendix Selected bibliography Index
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