The Editors’ Choice Awards for 2019 are listed below. The selection process considered several factors including quality of the research, text, and figures, as well as originality and relevance to the field. For example, the paper by Bian et al. is one of the few papers to recognize the effect of steep concentration gradients on the analysis of diffusion data. Six awards are given annually based on my opinion and that of our Deputy Editor, Dr. Ursula Kattner.
Jindrich Leitner, David Sedmidubsky, Thermodynamic Modeling of Oxidation of Tin Nanoparticles, Phase Equilib. Diff., 2019, 40(1), p 10–20
Baixue Bian, Yuling Liu, Yong Du, Qianhui Min, Huixin Liu, Shiyi Wen, Peng Zhou, Measurement of the Interdiffusion Coefficients in Mo-Ti and Mo-Ti-Zr Beta Phase Alloys from 1273 to 1473 K, Phase Equilib. Diff., 2019, 40(2), p 206–218
Wei-Wei Zhang, Erwin Povoden-Karadeniz, Huixia Xu, Ming Chen, Thermodynamic Modeling of the La-Co-O System, Phase Equilib. Diff., 2019, 40(2), p 219–234
Denis Shishin, Taufiq Hidayat, Ata Fallah-Mehrjardi, Peter C. Hayes, Sergei A. Decterov, Evgueni Jak, Integrated Experimental and Thermodynamic Modeling Study of the Effects of Al2O3, CaO, and MgO on Slag-Matte Equilibria in the Cu-Fe-O-S-Si-(Al, Ca, Mg) System, Phase Equilib. Diff., 2019, 40(4), p 445–461
Peter Kainzbauer, Klaus W. Richter, Herta S. Effenberger, Gerald Giester, Herbert Ipser, The Ternary Bi-Mn-Sb Phase Diagram and the Crystal Structure of the Ternary T Phase Bi0.8MnSb0.2, Phase Equilib. Diff., 2019, 40(4), p 462–481
Chuan Zhang, Jiashi Miao, Shuanglin Chen, Fan Zhang, Alan A. Luo, CALPHAD-Based Modeling and Experimental Validation of Microstructural Evolution and Microsegregation in Magnesium Alloys During Solidification, Phase Equilib. Diff., 2019, 40(4), p 495–507
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Morral, J. The 2019 JPED Editors’ Choice Awards. J. Phase Equilib. Diffus. 41, 101–102 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11669-020-00786-5