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Homework_6_Key_F10 - GLY 4200 Homework Exercise 6 Name KEY...

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GLY 4200 Name KEY Homework Exercise 6 BINARY PHASE DIAGRAMS - PERITECTIC BEHAVIOR 1. Examine figure 1 on the attached sheet. On the attached diagram, outline each liquidus line in green , each solidus line in brown . a. What is the minimum number of components necessary to describe all of the phases shown? two b. How many phases are present in the region labeled Leucite + Melt? two c. How many phases are present in the region labeled Leucite + K-feldspar? two d. How many phases are there in the region labeled K-feldspar + Melt? two e. How does the number of degrees of freedom change on going from Leucite + Melt to Leucite + K-feldspar? does not change f. How does the number of degrees of freedom change on going from Leucite + Melt to K-feldspar + Melt? does not change g. List the phases present at the peritectic point. Leucite, K-spar, Melt h. How many degrees of freedom does the sample have at the peritectic point? zero
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