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5 per cent. 1 per cent lead. 15) except that, instead of pure metals separating out to give a laminar mixture of the metal crystals, there is a laminar mixture of crystals of the two solid solutions oc and ß. 5 per cent lead. Cooling below the eutectic temperature results in the oc solid solution giving up tin, due to the decreasing solubility of the tin in the lead, and the ß solid solution giving up lead, due to the decreasing solubility of the lead in the tin. The result at room temperature is a structure having a mixture of alpha and beta solid solution, the alpha solid solution having a high concentration of lead and the beta a high concentration of tin.
The tie line LS can be considered to be a simple beam resting on a pivot at O. The above equation then describes, according to the principle of moments, the condition for balance. Hence the equation is generally referred to as the lever rule. e. W L x LO = W s x OS We can use this equation to determine the fraction of an alloy that will be solid at a particular temperature since: wA = ws + w L W A = W s + W s x OS LO Ws_ LO W A " LO + OS The fraction of the alloy that is solid is proportional to the lever arm LO.
5 for the range of copper-nickel alloys is thus a diagram showing the phase or phases present at any particular temperature of any composition of copper-nickel alloy. 6 The lever rule The lever rule Consider an alloy of two components A and B with a composition of X per cent of B and (100 - X) per cent of A. 6, then at a temperature Tx the alloy will just be beginning to change from liquid to solid. At temperature T2 the alloy will consist of a mixture of liquid and solid. To obtain the composition of this liquid and solid a horizontal, isothermal line is drawn at temperature T2.