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In the case of components having different structure, two free curves are needed. An example is shown in Fig. 5 for solution phases having negative interaction parameters. 0 Mole fraction B Fig. 5. Free energy curves for two solution phases having different structure. GA0, β is the free energy of A in the β structure. GB0, α is the free energy of B in the α structure. The melting point of A, TmA, is 1200 K and its heat of fusion is ΔHm = 14 kJmol-1; The melting point of B, TmB, is 1000 K and its heat of fusion is ΔHm = 12 kJmol-1.
At the temperature were nucleation occurs, the relative position of the liquid and crystal phases will be modified as drawn in Fig. 15 with the liquid being metastable. The maximum change in chemical potential of elements is obtained by drawing the tangent to the free energy curve of the crystal phase parallel to the tangent to that of the liquid phase. The composition of the nucleus will differ from that expected by merely 50 Livio Battezzati considering the liquid-crystal equilibrium. When the small nucleus of radius r forms, the overall composition of the matrix will not change appreciably; they will coexist through an unstable equilibrium established locally at the crystal liquid interface and defined by dGn =0 dr (17) The quantity ΔGv can be derived from the optimisation of the phase diagram for all phases allowing the prediction of phase selection by nucleation10 whereas the common tangent construction will show the driving force available for growth of the crystal after nucleation.
The first part of the measurement involves applying a large positive magnet field (+H). At this point the magnet becomes fully saturated (the red arrow) while it exists in a large positive field. The next stage is to remove the applied field and look at the magnetisation state of the magnet while there is no external field. With a good-quality magnet the internal magnetisation (the red arrow) will remain, even in the absence of the applied field. This point on the y axis, Br, is referred to as the remanence..