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Question 44534

posted 10 months ago

When liquid transform into two solid phases, its called
O FreezingO MeltingO EutectoidO Eutectic

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Question 44539

posted 10 months ago

Fill in the blanks.
O Liquid phaseO Concentration Gaseous phaseO Solubility limit

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Question 44542

posted 10 months ago

Given the phase diagram, determine which phasesare present at points Aand B.
O A: L, B: L + a.
A: α, Β : L + α .
A: L+ a, B: L+a.
Ο Α: α, Β : L.

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Question 44530

posted 10 months ago

For the solution with 61.9% Tin at 183°C, the point in the graph can be called________ apoint.
O EutecticO PeritecticO Eutectoid

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Question 44541

posted 10 months ago

Changing the composition can change the number of phases. (T/F)
Changing the temperature canchange the number of phases. (T/F)
O True; TrueO False; TrueO True; FalseO False; False

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Question 44535

posted 10 months ago

When liquid and one solid phase transform to a second solid phase, itscalled
O Eutectoid
O Peritectic
DSolution
DEutectic

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Question 44533

posted 10 months ago

For 50% Tin by weight, at 183.5°C, the weight percentage of a phase is:
O 75O 50O 22.5O 27.2

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Question 44540

posted 10 months ago

When one solid phase transforms to two other solid phases, its called
O Peritectic----O Eutectoid----Isomorphism----O Eutectic

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Question 44531

posted 10 months ago

For 50% Tin by weight, the percentage of B phase present at 200°C is:
O 45O 72.7O 30

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Question 44529

posted 10 months ago

The phase diagram below is given for 1 kg of a50 wt.% Pb- 50 wt.% Sn alloy at different temperatures.
At 300°C, a mixture of Liquid phase and the Alpha phase is present. (@50% Tin by weight)
O TrueO False

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