Heterogeneity of the Reactions of Formation of Compounds with Ordered Structures from Solid Solutions

  • I. I. Kornilov
Part of the Reine und angewandte Metallkunde in Einzeldarstellungen book series (METALLKUNDE, volume 24)


The formation of compounds with ordered structures from solid solutions was originally discovered by N.S. Kurnakov in 1914 in the Au-Cu system. Further investigations in this field resulted in the development of theories of ordering. This kind of compounds should be considered as giving rise to heterogeneous equilibrium between two phases: disordered phase ⇆ ordered phase. In accordance with the phase rule the reactions of formation of Kurnakov compounds with ordered structures from solutions can be reduced to four types of phase diagrams.


Order Phase Transition Antiphase Boundary Phase Rule Continuous Solid Solution Heterogeneous Equilibrium 
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  • I. I. Kornilov
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  1. 1.A.A. Baikov Institute of Metallurgythe Academy of Sciences of the USSRMoscowUSSR

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