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15 alloy systems 15 percent 19 binary alloys ref Analyzed solute content atomic radius ratio bcc metals binary alloys binary Fe alloys binary Fe-alloy systems binary Fe-Zr binary iron alloys dependence of hardness dilute Electron Concentration extrinsic Fe-Ta alloys figure 17 figure 18 hafnium hardness behavior hardness minimum hardness of binary hardness of Fe hardness testing homologous temperature interstitial impurities intrinsic effect intrinsic mechanism investigation iron and Group Leslie ref Molybdenum Niobium occur in binary osmium percent size limit Period Group Periodic Table produce alloy softening radii than Fe range where alloy rate at 77 rates at 411 ratio of solute Rhenium rhodium ruthenium scavenging of interstitial screw dislocations shear modulus shown in figure softening and hardening SOFTENING IN BINARY softening in Fe solid solutions solid-solution formation solute atoms solute elements solute-to-iron atomic radius tantalum technetium temperature dependence temperature range unalloyed Fe Vanadium