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STANDARD COMPOSITION BUT WITH DIFFERENT % WEIGHT FOR EACH TYPE: 1. CARBON 2. MANGANESE 3. CHRONIUM 4. PHOSPHORUS 5. NITROGEN 6. MOLYBDENUM ?

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