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Chromel is an alloy of 0.90 nickel and 0.10 chromium by mass how much chromel can be made from 5.0ml of chromium?


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It is a metal---an alloy of Nickel and chromium.

it is obtained from chromium .chromite.ore of is obatained when alloy of iron nickel ,chromium namely nichrome and used in the electric heaters and irons etc..

nichrome alloy is made by mixing up of the metals nickel and chromium.

It is stainless steel. It contains iron,nickel,carbon and chromium.

It isn't. Steel is an alloy (mixture) of chromium, nickel and iron .

316 Stainless steel is an alloy containing - Iron, Chromium, Manganese, Nickel, & Molybdenum.

Unfortunately nickel is usually alloyed into a metal; for example stainless steel has high chromium and nickel content in order to boost its corrosion resistance. When you scrap your nickel alloy, you should get payed accordingly to how much nickel is in the alloy.

Quarters, nickels, and dimes are an alloy of copper and nickel (Coprunickel), and silverware is commonly made of stainless steel, which is an alloy of iron carbon and chromium.

Nichrome! It's an alloy of nickel and chromium, and sometimes iron.

16 NiCr4 stands for nichrome, which is a non-magnetic alloy of chromium and nickel.

Stainless steel does not rust easily. It is an alloy of iron containing small amounts of chromium and nickel. The chromium and nickel atoms distort the regular arrangement of the original packing of iron atoms. This hinders the free movement of electrons that is necessary for rusting.

Depends on the alloy. Steel is iron + carbon. Other metals can include nickel, chromium, vanadium, manganese, cobalt.

No. chromium is a metal

High alloy steel contain: iron (base), carbon, nickel, vanadium, chromium, molybdenum, wolfram, silicon, etc.

The percentage of chromium depend on the specific type of th alloy; name the desired alloy for an answer !

Nichrome alloy or high temperature and corrosion resistance alloy consists of Nickel and chromium elements therefore it is called nichrome or nickel-chrome. It is commonly used by industrialists in the elevated temperature applications due to its extensive corrosion resistance features.

The chromium is quite soluble in nickels. This is what makes heating elements.

An alloy hasn't a chemical equation !The concentation of chromium in the alloy is variaible depending on the type of alloy.

Resistance Alloy 650 is also called Nichrome 80/20, an alloy composed of 80% Nickel and 20% Chromium. It is used to make wirewound resistors and heating elements.

yes it is, its a chromium-cobalt alloy.

This alloy is a nickel-chromium-manganese steel; see the link below for details.

Well Brah, no one knows! probably melting the 2 metals of nickel (80%) and chromium (20%)

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