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Do alloys always have higher electrical resistivity , higher melting points and lower electrical conductivity than their pure metals?

Asked by 15th September 2013, 11:06 AM
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Mostly alloys have higher electrical resitivity but some alloys of oxides of Cu, Bi, Hg etc are superconducting. An alloy of Al and Boron has a very very high m.p., but this is not a generalisation.
Answered by Expert 16th September 2013, 8:49 AM
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