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The effect of substitutional solute additions including Fe, Mn, and Pd on the hardness of B2-ordered NiAl alloys was investigated. The solid solution hardening behavior of intermetallics is more complex than that of typical metallic solid solutions because of complications arising from the site preference of the solute as well as the effects of the solute on the concentrations of other point defects, e.g. vacancies and anti-site defects. For this reason, care was taken to experimentallydoi:10.2172/676873 fatcat:vnzfipcohbcm3fqagfkx2wampy