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The Relationship of Phase Diagrams to Constitution
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alloys alumina aluminous cements annealing approximately atoms austenite basic refractories bonding carbide carbon cation Ceram changes clinker coexist components composition compounds cooling cristobalite crystalline phases crystals curve decrease dicalcium silicate diffusion effect electron equilibrium diagram eutectic example ferrite firing free energy furnace fusion-cast grain boundary heat treatment high temperatures hydration immiscibility important increase interface intermediate phases ionic iron oxide isobars isothermal section lime lines liquid phase liquidus surface liquidus temperature magnesia magnetite martensitic materials matrix melting point metal metastable microstructure mixture Muan and Osborn mullite nonequilibrium occur oxygen oxygen isobars particles periclase peritectic phase assemblages phase diagram phase relations powder precipitation quartz range ratio reaction refractory shown in Fig shows shrinkage silica silica brick sintering slag smelting solder solid phases solid solution solidus solubility spinel stability steel structure ternary system thermodynamic tion Trans transformation tridymite ture valence volume wustite