Phase Equilibria Diagrams
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Need more information on Phase Diagrams for Ceramic Systems?
Visit the Frequently Asked Questions section to learn more about ceramic phase diagram systems. Download General Discussions of Phase Diagrams for additional free information on phase diagrams. General Discussion of Phase Diagrams was written by F.P. Hall, H. Insley, E.M. Levin, H.F. McMurdie and C.R. Robbins and is from Phase Diagrams for Ceramists, Volume I; edited by E.M. Levin, C.R. Robbins and H.F. McMurdie, pages 5-36, 1964.
History of ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams
For more than 60 years, ACerS and NIST have collaborated on the publishing of critically evaluated Phase Equilibria Diagrams for Ceramic Systems. The program goal is to support growth and progress in the ceramics industries by providing relevant critically evaluated phase diagrams for oxides, salts, carbides, nitrides, borides, compound semiconductors and chalcogenides.