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Consider the freezing of a ternary eutectic. The pressure and temperature are constant. The liquid simultaneously freezes to three solid phases, so there are four phases present. One student applies the phase rule and concludes that there are zero degrees of freedom. Another student says that this is wrong because the amounts of the phases are not constant. Who is right? Discuss briefly.

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