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# A two-phase metal alloy is known to be composed of a and b

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Problem 18.3FE

A two-phase metal alloy is known to be composed of a and b phases that have mass fractions of 0.64 and 0.36, respectively. Using the roomtemperature electrical resistivity and the following density data, calculate the electrical resistivity of this alloy at room temperature. Phase Resistivity (#m) Density (g/cm3 ) a 1.9 108 8.26 b 5.6 107 8.60 (A) 2.09 107 #m (B) 2.14 107 #m (C) 3.70 107 #m (D) 5.90 107 #m 18.4FE Fo

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