Origin of eutectic
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Historical Examples of eutectic
From our curve we should expect a eutectic mixture with about 35 per cent.
When the eutectic point is reached, the temperature remains constant, until all the liquid has solidified.
The length of time during which the temperature remains constant at the point c, depends, of course, on the eutectic solution.
If the initial composition of the magma is represented by a point between the two eutectic points, orthoclase will separate first.
After this the temperature again falls, until it again remains constant at the eutectic point c.