What is eutectic point??, Chemistry

1. Of, relating to, or formed at the lowest possible temperature of solidification for any mixture of specified constituents. Used especially of an alloy whose melting point is lower than that of any other alloy composed of the similar constituents in dissimilar proportions.

2. Exhibiting the constitution or properties of such a solid.

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eutectic point is a mixture of two or more phases at a composition that has the lowest melting point, and where the phases simultaneously crystallise from molten solution at this temperature.

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