Fe-Ga-S (Iron-Gallium-Sulfur)

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Raghavan, V. Fe-Ga-S (Iron-Gallium-Sulfur). J Phase Equil. 19, 267–268 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1361/105497198770342319

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Keywords

  • Wurtzite
  • Isothermal Section
  • Ternary Phasis
  • Phase Diagram Evaluation
  • Symbol Group Designation Prototype