Aspects in Mining & Mineral Science

The Formation of Two-Phase Periodic Structures

  • Open or Close Alex Guskov*

    Institute of Solid State Physics of RAS, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

    *Corresponding author: Alex Guskov, Institute of Solid State Physics of RAS, Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka Moscow dist., Russia, Email: guskov@issp.ac.ru

Submission: October 22, 2017; Published: February 09, 2018

Volume1 Issue1
February 2018


The modern theory of phase transitions cannot explain the results of many experiments of inter-phase mass transfer. One reason for this is the assumption that during crystallization the solution is in the meta-stable state. The decomposition of the solution occurs by binodal scenario in this case. Crystallization nuclei form and grow in solution. The purpose of this study to show that in many cases the solution during crystallization is in an unstable state. The unstable condition leads to decomposition the solution by spinodal scenario.

Keywords: Decomposition; Solution; Reverses diffusion; Spinodal; Phase diagram

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