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spinodal is the limit of stability of a solution, denoting the
boundary of absolute instability of a solution to decomposition
into multiple phases. Within this curve, infinitesimally small
fluctuations in composition and density will lead to phase
separation via spinodal decomposition. Outside of the curve, the
solution will be at least metastable with respect to fluctuations.
In other words, outside of the spinodal curve some careful process
may at least in theory obtain a single phase system. Inside of it,
no process will. In general, the spinodal lies inside of a binodal
(coexistence) curve, which denotes the minimum-energy equilibrium
state of the system.
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