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Mild steel retains its strength even after being beaten into different shapes.
Steel from the blast furnace is suitable for construction.
Mild steel is used for making wires and car bodies.
High carbon steel is used for making surgical instruments.
Low alloy steels contain no other metals besides iron.
Nickel steels are used for bridges due to their ductility.
Tungsten steel is used for high-speed tools because it changes shape at high temperatures.
Stainless steels contain up to chromium and nickel.
Alloys typically have properties that are less useful than the original pure metal.
Brass is an alloy made from copper and zinc.
Steel is a mixture of the metal iron and the non-metal carbon.
Stainless steel is produced by adding nickel and chromium to iron.
Brass is commonly used for machine bearings.
Bronze is composed of copper and lead.
Cupro-nickel is used for turbine blades.
Cupro-nickel is primarily used as coinage metal.
Duralumin is an alloy of aluminum, copper, magnesium, manganese, and iron.
Magnalium is mainly used in the construction of bicycles.
Pewter consists of lead, tin, and a significant amount of antimony.
Solder is used for connecting electrical wiring.
Cupro-nickel is made from copper and silver.
Bronze is often used for casting machine parts.
Pewter is used for making aircraft components.