Technically steel or any other metal does not decompose. If you are referring to corrosion, it will eventually turn into Iron Oxide (rust) over time, but that is largely dependent on atmospheric conditions. The more humidity, the quicker. Less oxygen, slower. In the ocean with the salt water, VERY fast. The Titanic at the bottom of ocean cannot be raised due to this. The Titanic is no longer made of steel, but almost entirely of pure rust.
The company I work for built half inch thick horses formed from corten (a high quality grade of steel). These figures are expected to still be standing over Vantage, Washington (on I-90) 50,000 years from now.
On the other hand, a thin sheet of regular (non stainless) steel agitated in vinegar can entirely rust away within a couple of days.
it don't decopoes
how long does fabrics take to decompose how long does fabrics take to decompose
Does not decompose
can not decompose
Glass does not decompose.
No it does not decompose it will hurt the nature
Gold will never decompose.
1700 years to decompose
iron does not decompose but after a long time and i mean a long time it just starts to flake away but does not decompose
it will take a long time.
Brass is a metal it does no decompose. Only organic materials can decompose.
it takes over a year for it to decompose
it takes 6months for a leaf to decompose.
Pure aluminum does not decompose.
couple weeks to decompose.
it takes about 10 years to decompose .
how lond does it take to decompose a band aid
It can take an aluminum can up to 50 to 60 years to decompose.
It could take 1-2 million years to decompose
it take years. . .
Foil is aluminum and will practically never decompose.
A cotton bag will take a few months to biodegrade/decompose.
depends what in. if its just out in the open it will take years to fully decompose
Fiber glass may take a very long to decompose depending on its composition. If it is pure glass or made from sand then it may never decompose.