What is peritectoid reaction?

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    Liquid combined with solid transforms to give second solid phase.

    Liquid + α (Solid) —-> β (Solid)

     

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    A peritectoid transformation is a type of isothermal reversible reaction that has two solid phases reacting with each other upon cooling of a binary, ternary, …, ary alloy to create a completely different and single solid phase.

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