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I have data on lamellar spacings and transformation temperatures for pearlite transformation in a plain carbon eutectoid steel. How do I prove the data conforms with Zener's equation??

I know that S (lamellar spacign) is inversely proportional to Delta T ( Eutectoid temperature minus transformation temperature). I don't know the exact equation that relates S and T (transformation).

The 2n part of the question is to find the Eutectoid temperature. I think i can find that after I plot a linear graph and get the gradient.

Please Help!!

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# Data on lamellar spacings and transformation temperatures

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