Definición de eutectic en inglés:

eutectic

Silabificación: eu·tec·tic
Pronunciación: /yo͞oˈtektik
 
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Chemistry

adjetivo

Relating to or denoting a mixture of substances (in fixed proportions) that melts and solidifies at a single temperature that is lower than the melting points of the separate constituents or of any other mixture of them.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A eutectic mixture has a melting point below room temperature; therefore, both local anesthetics exist as a liquid oil rather than as crystals.
  • When the temperature has been lowered sufficiently, the remaining liquid solidifies as a eutectic structure of austenite and graphite.
  • All children were given a patch of eutectic mixture of local anesthetic, because midazolam does not have analgesic properties, and later were given the nasal spray.

sustantivo

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1A eutectic mixture.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The structure is illustrated in Fig.4 from the Cast Iron article which shows the structure of the phosphide eutectic, together with graphite, ferrite and pearlite.
  • When the metastable path is followed, the rich carbon phase in the eutectic is the iron carbide; when the stable solidification path is followed, the rich carbon phase is graphite.
  • All the phases formed tend to concentrate at the grain boundaries, in the form of complex eutectics, more or less coupled.
1.1 short for eutectic point.

Origen

late 19th century: from Greek eutēktos 'easily melting', from eu 'well, easily' + tēkein 'melt'.

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