ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams
Phase Version 4.2 is the ONLY up-to-date digital resource for ceramic phase diagrams
The new version adds 1,133 new critically evaluated diagrams for ceramic and inorganic systems for understanding temperature-dependent materials interactions.
Phase 4.2 is:
– Trusted. Fully documented diagrams critically evaluated by ceramic experts
– Comprehensive. 27,600 diagrams compiled over 84 years with explanatory notes
– Convenient. Easy to search by using elements, compounds, and bibliographic information. High-resolution, downloadable PDFs of diagrams are available.
– Portable. Now available on USB, access diagrams anywhere with a laptop: no internet required.
– Unique. With editor functions, view key information, directly read key data within a diagram, manipulate diagrams, and more.
– Up-to-date. Version 4.2 adds 1,133 new phase diagrams used in the ceramics field.
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An essential tool for the study and development of new materials, ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams products provide trustworthy information in a convenient package that you can’t find anywhere else.
Intended for a single user. For example, one ceramist within a department of metallurgists, chemists, and physicists who needs to reference phase diagrams for ceramic and inorganic systems.
Available in USB form (one license, one fee, updates included at discounted rate) and as an online subscription (annual fee, updates included).
Designed for larger ceramics departments. For example, a university library with a materials science department would carry a Phase Online library subscription.
Available in USB form (up to 10 users, one fee, updates included at discounted rate), as an online subscription (up to 10 users, annual fee, updates included), and as an library subscription (unlimited users based upon IP address, annual fee, updates included).
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The American Ceramic Society published its first issue of “Phase Diagrams for Ceramacists” in the October 1933 issue of the Journal of The American Ceramic Society. It featured 178 diagrams with supporting explanatory material. Ceramic researchers then recognized the diagrams’ great value in saving time and money in research. Fast forward 85 years and researchers still count on ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibria Diagrams to provide the most trusted, comprehensive collection of critically evaluated phase diagrams for ceramic and inorganic systems for understanding temperature-dependent materials interactions. For more Phase Equilibria Diagrams history, click here.