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Entry by [[Andrew Capulli]]
 
Entry by [[Andrew Capulli]]
  
The critical point is where the spinodal line and the coexist curve are equal ([[Image:Spinodal1]] as defined in the Jones text used in Soft Matter AP225).
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The critical point is where the spinodal line and the coexist curve are equal ([[Image:Spinodal1.jpg]] as defined in the Jones text used in Soft Matter AP225).
  
 
Reference:
 
Reference:
  
 
[[The Science of Chocolate: interactive activities on phase transitions, emulsification, and nucleation]]
 
[[The Science of Chocolate: interactive activities on phase transitions, emulsification, and nucleation]]

Revision as of 02:28, 5 December 2011

Entry by Andrew Capulli

The critical point is where the spinodal line and the coexist curve are equal (Spinodal1.jpg as defined in the Jones text used in Soft Matter AP225).

Reference:

The Science of Chocolate: interactive activities on phase transitions, emulsification, and nucleation