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How would you expect a decrease in the austenite grain size to affect the hardenability of a steel alloy? Why?

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For hardenability to have a high value, it is needed for pearlite to not be formed. The nucleation of pearlite normally happens at grain boundaries, and the greater the boundary area the easier it is for pearlite to be formed.

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