Geometrical thermodynamics analysis of the change in the Gibbs energy during the nonequilibrium solidification of eutectic alloys
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Geometrical thermodynamics is used to analyze the possible dependences of the Gibbs energy on temperature and component concentration in the two-phase region during nonequilibrium solidification of eutectic alloys.
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