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  • Article - 29 Jun 2013
    Titanium alloys have been developed by adding varying quantities of alloying metals to the base metal titanium. Each alloying metal helps to enhance the properties of corrosion resistance, ductility,...
  • Article - 21 Jun 2013
    Nickel alloy 20 is a low-carbon, niobium-stabilized austenitic nickel/iron/chromium alloy with additions of molybdenum and copper. It exhibits exceptional corrosion resistance in chemical environments...
  • Article - 19 Jun 2013
    Rare earth elements (REEs) or rare earth metals are a group of seventeen chemical elements in the periodic table, in particular the fifteen lanthanides as well as yttrium and scandium as defined by...
  • Article - 11 Jun 2013
    Tool steels are high-quality steels that have good hardness, abrasion resistance and good machinability. They are generally used in a heat-treated state. Tool steels are used for special applications...
  • Article - 10 Jun 2013
    Tools steels are special steels developed to form, cut or change the shape of a material into a finished or semi-finished product. They tend to undergo slight change of form during hardening, but have...
  • Article - 10 Jun 2013
    Tools steels are mainly used for manufacturing tools used in machining plastics, metals and woods. However, tool steels must be fabricated into the desired shape before they are able to be used.
  • Article - 7 Jun 2013
    Tool steels are a kind of carbon and alloy steels that are well-suited for manufacturing tools. They are usually used in a heat-treated state.
  • Article - 4 Jun 2013
    Cadmium is a soft, bluish white metal that can be easily cut with a knife. Its chemical symbol is Cd and atomic number is 48. It has similar characteristics as zinc and mercury. It tarnishes when...
  • Article - 30 May 2013
    Copper, in combination with other metals, is characterized by its potential to form alloys that modify its color and improve its workability, durability and corrosion and wear resistance. The most...
  • Article - 29 May 2013
    Copper alloys can be classified into cast alloys and wrought alloys. Cast alloys are those that are melted and poured into their final shape. Wrought alloys are solid alloys squashed into its final...