I recently started on a project that requires chemistry and since the last time I did chemistry was in high school, I have no idea where to begin, so I thought I'd start here.
My question goes as follows: I thought of an alloy that consists of 30% gold, 15% magnesium, 35% titanium, and 20% copper. I would like to know if first of all, if this metal alloy would even be possible, and if not, how to adjust it accordingly so it would work. Second of all, I would like to know it's molecular composition as well as it's molecular structure.
After spending a few hours on Google I have a vague understanding of metallic bonding, as well as substitutional and interstitial alloys and valence electrons, though in no way do I know how to apply this.
Could anyone be so kind as to explain to me how to figure this out? I'd love to know both the result and if possible, how to get there to learn how it is done myself!