Atomic weight of steel?
Steel is an alloy (mixture of different metals/elements) and as such does not have an atomic mass. Its mass/volume ratio depends on how much iron to carbon is in it.
It isn't impossible. Seven Elements Used in SteelCarbon (C): Carbon, a nonmetallic element, forms a number of organic and inorganic compounds and can be found in coal, petroleum and limestone. It is the principle strengthening element in carbon steels and low-alloy steels. Atomic number 6, atomic weight 12.01115. Manganese (Mn): Manganese is a brittle, metallic element that exists in the ore of pyrolusite. When making steel, it reacts with sulfur and helps to increase the…
zinatanium atomic weight 67, xethreneum atomic weight 35.8, isotope Triton atomic weight 54.721, venerutium atomic weight 43.6, cithaxuopium atomic weight 57, ullusium atomic weight 29, thorotuthium atomic weight 97, and finally the most complex and little known zithaxuthorioxium atomic weight about 45 but scientists are still testing