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Some Comments on the Use and Preparation of Hard Gallium Alloys
1.G. G. Harman, Rev. Sci. Instr. 31, 717 (1960).
2.There is a 250 °C spread from the liquidus to the solidus points for this mercury alloy so it would seem inappropriate to define the liquidus line as the melting point. Ferrari also adopted the liquidus point definition for his quoted melting points of the other four alloys, although, because of the nature of their phase diagrams the difference from liquidus to solidus is negligible.
3.A. J. Murphy, J. Inst. Metals 46, 507 and (1931).
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