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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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A peritectoid reaction
is an isothermal reversible reaction in which two solid phases decompose
into a third solid phase upon cooling. An example of a peritectoid transformation is provided by the formation
of the intermetallic compound U3
Si in uranium-silicon alloys (see figure). Casting uranium
at the proper concentration of silicon (3.78 wt%, or 24.98 at.%) results in a mixture of the uranium terminal
solid solution and U3
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