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Titanium is stiffer than aluminum, has a lower thermal expansion coefficient than aluminum, and has a higher melting temperature than aluminum. On the same graph, carefully and schematically draw the potential well cures for both metals. Be explicit in showing how the physical properties are manifest in these curves.


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