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The heat resis- Table 4. , NiO, Fe2O3, Cr2O3) that excludes access of further air/oxygen to the alloy. However, sulfur is destructive to Ni–Cr and Ni–Cr–Fe alloys, usually more so with higher nickel content. Intermetallic Compounds. Intermetallic compounds (IMCs) are compounds of two or more metals that have a distinct structure in which the metallic constituents are usually ordered on two or more sublattices, each with its own distinct population. Deviations from the precise stoichiometry are, however, common and can be exploited to tailor lattice constants.

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