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Hmix is positive), there is a limit to the solubility of each in the other even if both have the same structure, and there is a range of composition where the alloy comprises various amounts of two phases of constant composition: such alloys are said to be biphasic. The nickel-copper system is of this type10,49,98 and it has been very thoroughly studied. 16), and the two minima deﬁne the limits of the two-phase region in which there is a physical mixture of alloy phases containing respectively 3 and 85% copper.
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Applied X-rays by George L. Ph.D., D.Sc. Clark