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Re: 3 Immiscible Phase Liquid System: Do any exist?
« Reply #15 on: September 29, 2013, 03:05:08 AM »
Ha! Let's set the bar higher now.

Six phases anyone? That'd be cool!

PS. I'll add a further, "reasonableness" constraint to the problem definition: Let's stick to a system that is Liquid at reasonable T & P conditions. Say, 1 atm pressure and somewhere between 10°C to 60°C (secretly, because I think molten metallic alloy systems might be numerous that are multiphasic at, high T)

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