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Select all that apply. The requirements for one type of atom to substitute for another in a solid solution are: All substitutions must be limited to the same element. An atom must be identical in size. An atom must be similar in size. The substituting atom must be from the same period. The substituting atom must be from the same group.

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Mccarrell783

The requirements for one type of atom to substitute for another in a solid solution are that "An atom must be similar in size" although it should be noted that this can vary. 

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