1. a mixture of substances having a minimum melting point
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  • Using stream inoculation technology can restrain the emergence of the molybdenum carbide and composite phosphide eutectic and increase the percentage elongation of the casting obviously.
  • In a hypereutectic gray iron, solidification begins with the precipitation of kish graphite in the melt.
  • Modification of the hypoeutectic alloys is particularly advantageous in sand castings, and can be effectively achieved through the addition of a controlled amount of sodium or strontium, which refines the silicon eutectic.
  • Brines stronger than eutectic deposit excess sodium chloride as dihydrate when cooled, and freeze at eutectic. c Saturated brine at 60°F. the observed salometer reading. Chapter 7
  • There were some designs from an old USSR program that used a eutectic mix of lead and bismuth for a similar purpose, heated to liquefy the metal. Archive 2008-02-01
  • This is called the eutectic point and any concentration of salt above or below this point will result in a solution with a freezing point higher than - 6°F. Chapter 7
  • Because of experimental errors the temperature of the eutectic halt varies slightly from run to run.
  • This “eutectic” was discovered by FEMA, and by fire researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and confirmed by this team of physicists and researchers. Extreme Temperatures Involved in WTC Collapse
  • A eutectic mixture has a melting point below room temperature; therefore, both local anesthetics exist as a liquid oil rather than as crystals.
  • All the phases formed tend to concentrate at the grain boundaries, in the form of complex eutectics, more or less coupled.
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