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What is steel?

Steel is a compound of iron and carbon. Modern steels also use traces of magnesium, chromium, tungsten, molybdenum, manganese, nickel and cobalt. All of these can be used to v (MORE)

What is in steel?

A hard, strong, gray or bluish-gray alloy of iron with carbon andusually other elements, used extensively as a structural andfabricating material.

How do you get steel?

Steel is just a form of iron that is refined differently to iron in a blast furnace, as it is allowed to have a small amount of carbon and other alloying metals. However other (MORE)

What can you do with steel?

I am an engineer... I can do ANYTHING with steel! I can build the framework for a sky-scraper with it, or I can make a bracket to hang your coat on. I can fold it to form a sw (MORE)

How are steel and stainless steel alike?

The primary characteristics that steel and stainless steel share are that both are steels, and are made of iron with a bit of carbon in them. While stainless steel has about 1 (MORE)

Why steel not attract steel?

Stainless steels are not magnetic in nature primarily due to itsnickel content which alters the structure. Incase of Iron, thenature of iron is magnetic because the iron atoms (MORE)

What can steel do?

Can you be more specific? If you are referring to steel as an element representing dense solids, it can do everything from construction to absolute destruction.

Where can you get steel?

Steel is supplied in may forms by a number of retailers. Your local hardware store or big box home store has some basic shapes and sizes of steel, including steel pipe. For mo (MORE)