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The ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database
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and associated phase data for more than 6200 systems
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) in ternary systems are often taken through one
corner (one component) and a congruently melting binary compound that appears on the opposite face; when
such a plot can be read like any other true binary diagram, it is called a quasibinary section
One possibility of such a section is illustrated by line 1-2 in the isothermal section shown in the figure.
A vertical section between a congruently melting binary compound on one face and one on a different face might also form a
quasibinary section (see line 2-3). All other vertical sections are not true binary diagrams, and the
is applied to them. A common pseudobinary section is one where the percentage
of one of the components is held constant (the section is parallel to one of the faces), as shown by
line 4-5. Another is one where the ratio of two constituents is held constant, and the amount of the third
is varied from 0 to 100% (line 1-5).
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