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PRECIPITATE DISSOLUTION AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON GROWTH MODE.
ARMY MATERIALS AND MECHANICS RESEARCH CENTER WATERTOWN MASS
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A model is presented for the dissolution of a precipitate in which solute transfer occurs by volume diffusion of material away from the precipitate in the matrix. The predicted dependence of dissolution kinetics on growth mode is a consequence of the fact that the concentration profile ahead of a growing precipitate is a function of the diffusion path. Author
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