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ternary phase diagrams for the apparent fusion heat with the composition (ternary H – X phase diagrams) have been constructed. The ternary T – X phase diagrams (the temperature dependence on composition) for the two ternary systems have been

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: S. Wacharine, D. Hellali, H. Zamali, J. Rogez, and M. Jemal

and their phase diagrams contributes to give information for their use. Complete phase diagram of the CsNO 3 –RbNO 3 system has never been reported in literature. Wallerant [ 1 ], Blidin [ 2 ] ( Fig. 1 a) studied only the liquidus in a range

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Alexandre Berche, Pierre Benigni, Jacques Rogez, and Marie-Christine Record

composition for these alloys and the optimization of their processing conditions both rely on the good knowledge of the corresponding ternary phase diagrams and of its constitutive binaries. Two distinct routes can be used to establish phase diagrams

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Ljubiša Balanović, Dragan Manasijević, Dragana Živković, Aleksandra Mitovski, Nadežda Talijan, Duško Minić, and Živan Živković

technologies, e.g. die-attach and ball grid array (BGA) solder spheres, chip scale package (CSP) and multi-chip modelling (MCM). Knowledge about the phase diagram and the thermodynamic properties of the studied soldering system is required to predict

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Edward Krzyżak, Alina Wojakowska, Andrzej Wojakowski, and Marek Wołcyrz

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Phase diagram for the system CuBr–LiBr was determined by differential scanning calorimetry and X-ray powder diffraction. The system exhibits a significant solid solubility of the components, especially LiBr in the respective polymorphic modifications of CuBr. Another feature of the system CuBr–LiBr is the occurrence of five invariant three-phase equilibria, which have been assigned to one eutectic (684 K), one peritectoid (668 K), and three eutectoids (679, 645, and 521 K). From the experimental results, formation of a compound LiCuBr2, at 521 K is discerned.

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determine the eutectic composition and temperature for the system fenofibrate–acetylsalicylic acid, through the construction of the phase diagram based on the results of DSC heating experiments, as well as to investigate the solubility and dissolution rate

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The eutectic binary phase diagrams of volatilizable energetic material 1,3,3-trinitroazetidine (TNAZ) with 1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazacyclohexane (RDX) and 1-methyl-2,4-dinitroimidazole (MDNI) have been investigated by high pressure differential scanning calorimeter (PDSC), respectively. The liquefying and melting processes of TNAZ/RDX and TNAZ/MDNI volatilizable systems have been studied. On the basis of the data of apparent fusion heat and liquefying temperature, the phase diagrams of apparent fusion heat (H) with composition (X) and liquefying temperature (T) with composition (X) were constructed, respectively. The results showed that the gasification or volatilization of easy volatile energetic materials could be efficiently restrained by high pressure atmosphere, and the perfect and ideal phase diagrams can be constructed. The eutectic temperatures for TNAZ/RDX and TNAZ/MDNI are measured to be 95.5 and 82.3 °C, respectively. The eutectic compositions of mole ratios for the two systems are obtained to be 93.55/6.45 (TX method), 93.79/6.21 (H–X method) and 62.25/37.75 (TX method), 63.29/33.71 (HX method), respectively.

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estimation. In addition, experimental data in literature are often contradictory. All of the lanthanide–alkali metal chloride binary systems have been successfully examined or reexamined at large by Seifert [ 1 ]. The phase diagrams of the homologous bromide

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The thermotropic phase solid–solid transitions compound (n-CnH2n+1NH3)2ZnCl4 (n = 14, 16, 18) were studied, and a series of their mixtures were prepared. These laminar materials contain bilayers sandwiched between metal halide layers. The low temperature crystal structures of the pure salts are characteristic of the piling of sandwiches in which a two-dimensional macro-anion ZnCl4 2− is sandwiched between two alkylammonium layers. These layers become conformationally disordered in the high temperature phases. The subsolidus binary phase diagrams of (n-C14H29NH3)2ZnCl4-(n-C18H37NH3)2ZnCl4 and (n-C16H33NH3)2ZnCl4-(n-C18H37NH3)2ZnCl4 were established by differential thermal analysis and X-ray diffraction. In each phase diagram, an intermediate compound and two eutectoid invariants were observed. There are three noticeable solid solution ranges (α, β, γ) at the left boundary, right boundary, and middle of the phase diagram.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Bedřich Smetana, Simona Zlá, Aleš Kroupa, Monika Žaludová, Jaromír Drápala, Rostislav Burkovič, and Daniel Petlák

investigation is focused on the area close to the monovariant line in the phase diagram of Sn–Zn–Al ternary system ( Fig. 1 ). As this region of the Sn–Zn–Al phase diagram still deserves a lot of attention [ 3 – 11 ], the temperatures of phase transitions were

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