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Does THERMODYNAMIC process affect phase transition in solid state metals

  1. Oct 27, 2011 #1
    I was reading an article about phase transition, i read about thermodynamic process such as

    Adiabatic process - a process with no heat transfer into or out of the system.
    Isochoric process - a process with no change in volume, in which case the system does no work.
    Isobaric process - a process with no change in pressure.
    Isothermal process - a process with no change in temperature.

    Does this processes affect phase transition in solid state metals of physics

    Thanks
     
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