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Are alloys amorphous or crystalline? I think they would be amorphous because the different size ions would disrupt the regularity of the crystalline structure of the individual metals, making the alloy of the two (or more) metals amorphous but I am not sure and wanted to find out for sure?
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Are alloys amorphous or crystalline? I think they would be amorphous because the different size ions would disrupt the regularity of the crystalline structure of the individual metals, making the alloy of the two (or more) metals amorphous but I am not sure and wanted to find out for sure?
I don't think there is a definite answer. If you read the info in the link below, you can find both amorphous and crystalline alloys.

https://books.google.com.sg/books?id...alloys&f=false

I suspected it depends on the preparation or making and the composition.
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