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  • noun Plural form of aluminide.

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  • Whereas a nickel-based superalloy, like most structural alloys, can show a significant amount of ductility and plastic deformation before it breaks, the newer titanium aluminides by comparison are relatively brittle.

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  • 'Under investigation for decades, but only now beginning to emerge as serious contenders for the throne of the nickel-based superalloys, these titanium aluminides are modern intermetallic materials that don't have any nickel in them at all,' said Stone.

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  • Titanium aluminides are intermetallic materials that don't contain nickel

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  • It is believed that the development of titanium aluminides will expand the use of titanium alloys in hotter sections of new generations of engines.

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  • It is believed that the development of titanium aluminides will expand the use of titanium alloys in hotter sections of new generations of engines.

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  • It is believed that the development of titanium aluminides will expand the use of titanium alloys in hotter sections of new generations of engines.

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  • It is believed that the development of titanium aluminides will expand the use of titanium alloys in hotter sections of new generations of engines.

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  • It is believed that the development of titanium aluminides will expand the use of titanium alloys in hotter sections of new generations of engines.

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  • It is believed that the development of titanium aluminides will allow expanded use of titanium alloys in hotter sections of new generations of engines.

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