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Jun1106, 12:52 AM

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What is eutectic point?




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Jun1106, 11:42 AM

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Jun1206, 06:49 AM

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Actually I read that but couldnt understand what was written that's why I posted here




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Jun1206, 07:36 AM

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Eutectic point
chound, what is not clear in the wikipedia article.
The key point is: The example of the steel (Fe  C) system is perhaps better. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eutectic#Eutectoid This figure shows the eutectic and eutectoid. Then there is a threephse reactions diagram below that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:T...Reactions.png , which should be more clear. Here is another site which discusses binary phase diagrams. http://csmres.jmu.edu/geollab/Fichte...x/BinryEu.html 



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