[yoo-tek-tik] /yuˈtɛk tɪk/ Physical Chemistry
of greatest fusibility: said of an alloy or mixture whose melting point is lower than that of any other alloy or mixture of the same ingredients.
noting or pertaining to such a mixture or its properties:
a eutectic melting point.
a eutectic substance.
(of a mixture of substances, esp an alloy) having the lowest freezing point of all possible mixtures of the substances
concerned with or suitable for the formation of eutectic mixtures
a eutectic mixture
the temperature on a phase diagram at which a eutectic mixture forms
- Eutectic alloy
eutectic alloy eu·tec·tic alloy (yōō-těk’tĭk) n. An alloy that is generally brittle, easily melted, and subject to tarnish and corrosion, used primarily in dental solders.
[yoo-tek-toid] /yuˈtɛk tɔɪd/ adjective 1. resembling a . noun 2. a eutectoid alloy. /juːˈtɛktɔɪd/ noun 1. a mixture of substances similar to a eutectic, but forming two or three constituents from a solid instead of from a melt adjective 2. concerned with or suitable for eutectoid mixtures eutectoid (y-těk’toid’) Adjective Relating to a eutectic mixture […]
eutelegenesis eu·tel·e·gen·e·sis (yōō-těl’ə-jěn’ĭ-sĭs) n. Artificial insemination by semen from a donor selected because of certain desirable characteristics for the development of superior offspring.
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[yoo-tur-pee] /yuˈtɜr pi/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the Muse of music and lyric poetry. /juːˈtɜːpɪ/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the Muse of lyric poetry and music muse of music, from Greek Euterpe, literally “pleasing,” from eu “well” (see eu-) + terpein “to delight, please” (see Terpsichore).