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The “Chemistry in Focus" segment Metal with a Memory discusses Nitinol, an alloy that ‘remembers" a shape originally impressed in it. Which elements comprise Nitinol, and why is it classified as an alloy?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The elements comprise Nitinol should be identified and why is it classified as an alloy must be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Alloy is a mixture of chemical substances. It can be formed by combination of metals of same or different elements. The metallic bonding character defines an alloy. It can be a solid solution of metallic elements or a mixture of two or more solutions.

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In Nitinol two different metals are there nickel and titanium. It is a mixture of these...

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