The methods of this section can also be applied to reactions in which one set of solids converts to another. A geologically important example is the transformation of albite into jadeite + quartz:
Use the data at the back of this book to determine the temperatures and pressures under which a combination of jadeite and quartz is more stable than albite. Sketch the phase diagram of this system. For simplicity, neglect the temperature and pressure dependence of both ΔS and ΔV.
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