What alloys are called intermetallic compounds? What is the crystal lattice of such an alloy? Give examples of similar connections.

An alloy is an intermetallic compound if, when several metals dissolve, their atoms react with each other. In contrast to solid solutions, intermetallic compounds have a crystal structure that is different from the structures of the parent metals. The atoms in the crystal lattice of the intermetallic compound are arranged in an orderly, regular way and at certain sites of the crystal lattice. Examples: Cu Al2, Ni3A1, MoFe2, Mg2Sn.

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