Two Cu Ni alloys one with 47 wt Ni and the other with 53 wt Ni are kept in separate crucibles and are allowed to equilibrate at the same temperature T1 between the liquidus and the solidus The two alloys have Gate metallurgical engineering
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Two Cu-Ni alloys, one with 47 wt.% Ni and the other with 53 wt.% Ni, are kept in separate crucibles and are allowed to equilibrate at the same temperature T1 between the liquidus and the solidus. The two alloys have: (-Gate metallurgical engineering

(A) the same weight fraction of the liquid but the liquid compositions are different. 
(B) the same composition of the liquid but the weight fractions of the liquid are different. 
(C) the same weight fractions of the liquid and the solid. 
(D) different compositions and weight fractions of the liquid.


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(B) the same composition of the liquid but the weight fractions of the liquid are different.
Cu-Ni alloys are alloys of copper (base metal with the largest individual content) and nickel with or without other elements, whereby the zinc content may not be more than 1%. When other elements are present, nickel has the largest individual content after copper, compared with each other element.


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