Definition of Hypereutectoid

1. Adjective. containing the minor component in excess of that contained in the eutectoid. ¹



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Definition of Hypereutectoid

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypereutectoid

hyperergia
hyperergic
hyperergic encephalitis
hypererythrocythemia
hyperesophoria
hyperestesia
hyperesthesia
hyperesthesia optica
hyperesthesias
hyperesthetic
hyperestrogenemia
hyperestrogenic
hypereuryprosopic
hypereutectic
hypereutectoid (current term)
hypereutrophic
hypereutrophy
hyperexcitability
hyperexcitable
hyperexcitation
hyperexcited
hyperexcitement
hyperexcretion
hyperexcretions
hyperexophoria
hyperexpanded
hyperextend
hyperextended
hyperextending

Literary usage of Hypereutectoid

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1922)
"normal pearlite structure of the hypereutectoid zone was followed by soft spots after quenching, it became necessary to determine where the cause of this ..."

2. Microscopic Examination of Steel by Henry Fay (1917)
"Steels containing more than 0.85 per cent carbon are hypereutectoid, and contain the microscopic constituents cementite (iron carbide, Fe3C) and pearlite. ..."

3. Microscopic Examination of Steel by Henry Fay (1917)
"In hypereutectoid steels the excess carbon beyond that necessary to form pearlite, separates as free cementite and the amount of free cementite can be ..."

4. Transactions by American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME. (1915)
"A still more difficult form of bark to machine is one which has a band of coarse hypereutectoid steel below the band of coarse pearlite. ..."

5. Textbook of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore, Harrison Frederick Gonnerman (1922)
"Martensite, characteristic crystalline structure of very suddenly cooled hypereutectoid steel. Photomicrograph by HT Manuel, Univ. of Illinois. ..."

6. Text-book of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore, Harrison Frederick Gonnerman (1920)
"Martensite, characteristic crystalline structure of very suddenly cooled hypereutectoid steel. Photomicrograph by HT Manuel, Univ. of Illinois. ..."

7. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1921)
"... takes time and exhibits a lag that is most marked in the quickly cooled specimens. On the other hand, with hypereutectoid steels (containing more than ..."

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