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Solution: You may want to reference (Pages 479 - 485) Section 12.3 while completing this problem.Determine if each statement is true or false:(a) Substitutional alloys are solid solutions, but interstitial allo

Problem

You may want to reference (Pages 479 - 485) Section 12.3 while completing this problem.

Determine if each statement is true or false:
(a) Substitutional alloys are solid solutions, but interstitial alloys are heterogenous alloys.
(b) Substitutional alloys have “solute” atoms that replace “solvent” atoms in a lattice, but interstitial alloys have “solute” atoms that are in between the “solvent” atoms in a lattice.
(c) The atomic radii of the atoms in a substitutional alloy are similar to each other, but in an interstitial alloy, the interstitial atoms are a lot smaller than the host lattice atoms.