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Phase Equilibria Diagram Books

Avoid costly experimentation and reduce research time on new materials with ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams products.

 

Phase diagram volumes  

The printed reference volumes include Phase Equilibria Diagrams on oxides, salts, high pressure systems, semiconductors and chalcogenides, borides, carbides, and nitrides. Select a title below to order online, or contact Customer Service at 1-866-721-3322 or (240) 646-7054 to order by phone or email.

 

phase diagram for ceramic systems

Introduction to Phase Equilibria in Ceramics

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume II

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume III

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume IV

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume V

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume VI

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume VII

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume VIII

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume IX 

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume XI

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume XII

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Volume XIV

 

Phase Equilibria Diagrams Volume I, X, and XIII and Phase Equilibria Diagrams Cumulative Index 2003 are out of print, but the content is still available. Order Phase Equilibria Diagrams PC Database or Phase Online to access the diagrams. 

 

Phase diagram specialty titles  

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Annual 92

Phase Equilibria Diagrams: Annual 93

Phase Diagrams for Electronic Ceramics I

Phase Diagrams for High-T Superconductors I

Phase Diagrams for High-T Superconductors II

 

 


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