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What is an alloy?

An alloy is a material made by combining two or more metals or nonmetals esp. to give greater strength or resistance to corrosion.Like bronze, for example is an alloy of coppe (MORE)

What is a alloy?

A alloy is a mixture or solid solution of two metals or a metal and a non metal. Mixtures of metals, any metals typically when one or more are molten

What is alloying?

alloying is a term which describes a material which, when introduced to another material will change its characteristics to make them advantageous to us. they are split into 2 (MORE)

Why do you have alloys?

Alloys are used to Lower the cost of other metals To improve/adjust properties of other metals. As an example, aluminum is not used by itself in aircraft fuselages but is allo (MORE)

How do you do alloying?

You melt a mixture of products together--they don't necessarily have to be metals, but usually are. For instance, copper mixed with tin forms bronze.

What can an alloy do?

It depends on the alloy. There are two basic reasons to make an alloy: to make a metal stronger, so you use less of it for the same strength; and to make a metal structure le (MORE)

Why is an alloy?

An alloy is a mixture of different kinds of metals!(: they are pretty expensive too! and that's all there is to it!

What is an alloy - is brass an alloy?

An alloy is a mixture of two or more different metals. The metals in an alloy aren't chemically bonded together as molecules. Brass is an alloy, it is a mixture of copper a (MORE)