DYNAMICS OF FIRST-ORDER PHASE TRANSITIONS IN MULTI-COMPONENT SYSTEMS: A NEW THEORETICAL APPROACH

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DYNAMICS OF FIRST-ORDER PHASE TRANSITIONS IN MULTI-COMPONENT SYSTEMS: A NEW THEORETICAL APPROACH

Post by Algerien1970 on Sat 13 Jun - 21:51

DYNAMICS OF FIRST-ORDER PHASE TRANSITIONS
IN MULTI-COMPONENT SYSTEMS:
A NEW THEORETICAL APPROACH


J¨ urn W. P. Schmelzer


Jena, August 2006






Content


1. Phase transformation kinetics and thermodynamics
2. Advantages and limitations of Gibbs’ classical
thermodynamic theory in nucleation and growth
3. Generalized Gibbs’ approach:
• Application to nucleation
• Application to cluster growth
• Experimental confirmations and further consequences:
Nucleation versus spinodal decomposition
4. Application to crystallization: First results and
open problems




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