ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibrium Diagram Products | The American Ceramic Society

ACerS-NIST Phase Equilibrium Diagram Products

Over 27,000 critically evaluated diagrams for understanding temperature-dependent material interactions in ceramic and inorganic systems.

Benefits of the ACerS-NIST PED Products

  • Trusted. Fully documented diagrams with explanatory notes critically evaluated by ceramic experts
  • Comprehensive. 27,600 high resolution diagrams compiled over 84 years
  • Convenient. Easy to search using elements, compounds, and bibliographic information.
  • Unique. Powerful software directly provides composition, by mole and mass, and temperature information and allows axis manipulation without compromising the data
  • Up-to-date. Version 4.2 adds 1,133 new phase diagrams for 544 new ceramic systems
  • Portable. USB format works without internet connections while online format works from any computer anywhere
  • Cost-effective. The time you save with the Phase USB or Phase Online product more than justifies its cost, which is significantly less than other phase diagram products on the market
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Phase Demonstration

The Phase database and PED viewer software are extremely easy to use. If you want to see how it’s used or take your own test drive, click below to go to our Phase Demonstration page.

Background Information

The American Ceramic Society published its first issue of “Phase Diagrams for Ceramists” 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 over 8 decades 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.

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