Introduction to Metamorphism 2. IN THIS LECTURE Importance of Understanding Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages Progressive Nature of Metamorphism Stable Mineral Assemblages The Phase Rule in Metamorphic Systems The MgO-H 2 O system. What’s so Important About Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages.

ByLECTURE 5: PHASE EQUILIBRIA. PHASE EQUILIBRIA. Phase equilibrium describes the way phases (such as solid, liquid and/or gas) co-exist at some temperatures and pressure, but interchange at others. Energetic introduction to phase equilibria. Why does an ice cube melt in the mouth?.

ByMODULE 2 : PHASE RULE. TOPICS: PHASE RULE, EXPLANANATION OF THE TERMS ,

ByPhase Equilibria. Evaporation-Condensation. Melting-Freezing. Sublimation-Condensation. Phase transition. S g >> S l > S s. The most stable phase is that with lowest chemical potential. Pressure Effect.

ByChapter 4. FUGACITY. Fundamental equations for closed system consisting of n moles:. (1). (2). (3). (4). HOMOGENEOUS OPEN SYSTEM. An open system can exchange matter as well as energy with its surroundings. For a closed homogeneous system, we consider U to be a function only of S and V :

ByQuiz 2 is on Thursday, Nov. 14 Exam 2 is on Thursday, Nov. 21 HW 2 is due on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 5PM. Metamorphic Assemblages, Reactions, and Equilibrium. MUST MUST MUST read Chapter 19. Stable Mineral Assemblages in Metamorphic Rocks.

ByVapour y 1 y 2 y 3 =1-y 1 -y 2. Feed z 1 z 2 z 3 =1-z 1 -z 2 T f , P f. P,T. Liquid x 1 x 2 x 3 =1-x 1 -x 2. 4. P,T-Flash Calculations. If a stream consists of three components with widely differing volatility, substantial separation can be achieved using a simple flash unit.

ByLecture 12: Phase diagrams. PHYS 430/603 material Laszlo Takacs UMBC Department of Physics. Phases and the phase rule. Phase: Uniform agglomeration of material - no boundaries inside Gibbs’ phase rule: f = n - p + 2

ByChapter 6 Phases Equilibria. 6.1 Equilibrium Between Phases. Number of Components. The number of phases ( p ) is the number of phases which are homogeneous and distinct regions separated by definite boundaries from the rest of the system. ice cubes in water.

ByThermodynamics and the Phase Rule. GLY 4200 Fall, 2012. Thermodynamic Background. System : The portion of the universe that is being studied Surroundings : The part of the universe not included in the system. Free Energy. Any change in the system involves a transfer of energy

ByChapter 6 Phases Equilibria. 6.1 Equilibrium Between Phases. Number of Components. The number of phases ( p ) is the number of phases which are homogeneous and distinct regions separated by definite boundaries from the rest of the system. ice cubes in water.

ByERT 206/4 Thermodynamics. CHAPTER 2 The First Law and Other Basic Concepts. Miss. Rahimah Bt. Othman Email: rahimah@unimap.edu.my. COURSE OUTCOME 1 CO1) Chapter 1: Introduction to Thermodynamics 2. Chapter 2: The First Law and Other Basic Concepts

ByIntroduction to Metamorphism 2. IN THIS LECTURE Importance of Understanding Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages Progressive Nature of Metamorphism Stable Mineral Assemblages The Phase Rule in Metamorphic Systems The MgO-H 2 O system. What’s so Important About Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages.

ByJYU. Applied Geochemistry & Lab Ch.1 Phase Equilibria in a Simple System. AIMS. Studying the basic principles of Understanding equilibrium assemblage under a certain T, P, X Estimating T, P, and X from the equilibrium assemblages Determining if it’s really in equilibrium. 1. DEFINITIONS.

ByUnary and Binary Phase Diagrams. GLY 4200 Fall, 2012. Unary Diagrams. Unary diagrams have a single component We therefore usually choose to plot both P (pressure) and T (temperature) since composition is not a variable Examples Water Silica Carbon. Phase Rule for Unary Systems.

ByUNIT-III. PHASE EQUILLIBRIA Derivation of the phase rule The water System The Sulphur System Lead Silver System Desilverisation of Lead Incongruent Melting points. Phase Rule

ByIntroduction to Metamorphism 2. IN THIS LECTURE Importance of Understanding Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages Progressive Nature of Metamorphism Stable Mineral Assemblages The Phase Rule in Metamorphic Systems The MgO-H 2 O system. What’s so Important About Metamorphic Mineral Assemblages.

ByALLOYS & PHASE DIAGRAMS. Jean P. Mercier, Gérald Zambelli, Wilfried Kurz, Introduction à la Science des Matériaux, Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, ISBN 2-88074-402-4

ByPHASE EQUILIBRIA AND THE PHASE RULE. F = C - P + 2. The three primary phases of matter are often defined individually under different conditions. In practice we encounter states of matter in coexistence.

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