STUDY OF LOW SOLUBILITIES IN A FUSED METAL BY SAMPLING AT CONSTANT TEMPERATURE FROM THE LIQUID PHASE: APPLICATION TO THE GALLIUM-SODIUM SYSTEM

@inproceedings{Rinck1960STUDYOL,
  title={STUDY OF LOW SOLUBILITIES IN A FUSED METAL BY SAMPLING AT CONSTANT TEMPERATURE FROM THE LIQUID PHASE: APPLICATION TO THE GALLIUM-SODIUM SYSTEM},
  author={Emile Rinck and P. Feschotte},
  year={1960}
}
The low selubility of any solid constituent in a fused metal can be measured by sampling the fused metalic phase at a constant temperature and then analyze the samples. Factors affecting the sampling technique were studied using the gallium-sodium system. (tr-auth)