Definition of Liquidus

1. Noun. (chemistry physics) A line, in a phase diagram, above which a given substance is a stable liquid and below which solid and liquid are in equilibrium ¹



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Definition of Liquidus

1. a curve plotted on a graph [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liquidus

liquidities
liquidity
liquidity crisis
liquidize
liquidized
liquidizer
liquidizers
liquidizes
liquidizing
liquidless
liquidlike
liquidly
liquidness
liquidnesses
liquids
liquidus (current term)
liquidy
liquifiable
liquified
liquified natural gas
liquifies
liquifilm
liquify
liquifying
liquor
liquor amnii
liquor cerebrospinalis
liquor cotunnii
liquor entericus
liquor folliculi

Literary usage of Liquidus

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1. The Metallography of Steel and Cast Iron by Henry Marion Howe (1916)
"The liquidus curve1 ABD is that at which solidification begins. For any given alloy it begins at the temperature at which the ordinate passing through the ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1914)
"Though the highest temperature must have fallen far short of the liquidus, because the bar retained not only its shape but also the maker's stamp marks ..."

3. Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers by American Institute of Mining Engineers (1913)
"Though the highest temperature must have fallen far short of the liquidus, because the bar retained not only its shape but also the maker's stamp marks ..."

4. Intermetallic Compounds by Cecil Henry Desch (1914)
"There is thus a point of inflexion in the liquidus curve at 50 atomic per cent, and the solidus, which at this point coincides with the liquidus, ..."

5. Metallography by Cecil Henry Desch (1922)
"The liquidus represents the limit of existence of solid phases. ... Each point on the liquidus gives the highest temperature at which a solid phase can ..."

6. The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and Its Territory by Philip P. Betancourt (2006)
"TEMPERATURE The standard method for the estimation of the operating temperature of ancient smelting processes involves the calculation of the liquidus ..."

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