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The ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database
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more than 36,500 binary and ternary phase
and associated phase data for more than 6200 systems
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Did you know?
A eutectoid reaction
reaction is an isothermal reversible reaction in which a solid solution is
converted into two or more intimately mixed solids on cooling, the number of solids formed being the same as
the number of components in the system. The difference from a eutectic reaction is that, in a eutectoid reaction,
it is a solid rather than a liquid that transforms into two other solid phases at a single temperature. In the
stable C-Fe diagram shown, the eutectoid reaction (Fe) ht ? (Fe) rt + (C) gra occurs at 97 at.% Fe and 740 °C.
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