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# Answers%20to%20HW6%20problems - the boiling temperature is...

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9.1 (a) approximately 2846 g (b) approx. 4 wt (c) approx. 1068 g 9.2 (1) the alloying elements present, (2) the concentrations of these alloying elements, and (3) the heat treatment of the alloy 5.11 Use Equation 5.5; erf(z)=0.75, z=0.814, D = = 5.35 x 10 -11 m 2 /s, t = 1.13 x 105 s = 31.3 h 9.6 the melting temperature is approximately 2°C;
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Unformatted text preview: the boiling temperature is approximately 70°C. 9.7 N/A 9.12 (a) about 1320°C (b) C α = 62 wt% Ni-38 wt% Cu (c) at about 1270°C (d) C L is about 37 wt% Ni-63 wt% Cu 9.17 (a) at about 1340°C (b) about 59 wt% N (c) W α =0.55, W l =0.45...
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