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Tensile ductilities consistently in excess of 100 percent are produced at elevated temperatures in aluminum solid-solution alloys containing magnesium. The alloys that produce such enhanced ductility include commercially available 5XXX-series alloys and course-to fine-grained Al-Mg alloys.