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Why do transition elements form alloys?


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Transition metals have very similar atomic sizes. One metal can easily replace the other metal from its lattice to form solid solution (alloy). Transition metals are miscible with one another in the molten state. The molten state solution of two or more transition metals on cooling forms alloy.

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