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Osmium, Titanium, and Iron (and steel alloys made from iron) are examples of hard metals.
Colored glass, alloys of metals.
Alloys are a mixture of metals. Examples of alloys are bronze (tin and copper), stainless steel, nichrome, etc.
An alloy is mixture of two or more metals. Alloys are normally harder than the metals they contain. Examples of alloys include brass, steel and bronze.
Examples are: iron, copper, aluminium, zirconium.
Alloys contain metals but also nonmetals.
There are many various types of Metals and metal alloys. Magnesium is one of the lightest metals. Aluminum alloys is next. Steel alloys and Lead and Gold are the heaviest metals.
Ferrous metals are metals with a trace of iron in them. Some examples of ferrous metals would be steel, pig iron and other alloys, for example stainless steel. Ferrous metals are known for their magnetic properties.
Cobalt, Nickel, Iron and alloys including any of those metals
Alloys are stronger and harder than metals. Metals tend to corrode. Alloys also have different ranges of melting, where metals do not. Alloys are especially better when used in the auto industry, due to less rusting and increased durability.
Because, by definition, alloys are mixtures of metals, sometimes with small amounts of non-metals added.
Pure metals cost more than alloys
Alloys are several metals, and possibly some other substances, mixed together.
Valves are made from metals, including brass, bronze, iron, steel, and alloys, as well as from plastics.
When we speak of non-ferrous alloys or non-ferrous metals, we are talking about metals and combinations of metals where there is no iron present.
Stainless steel, Pig iron, bronze, brass, amalgam, mangalloy are alloys = solid mixtures of at least two metals. Copper and Iron are elements (pure Cu and Fe respectively), so they are not alloys.
No, those are examples of compounds or in this case since we are talking about metals alloys. Elements are brought together to create brass and steel.
Good conductors of electricity. Examples all metals and their alloys.
Alloys have improved features compared with single metals.
Most alloys are resistant for corrosion. An most alloys are harder than pure metals.
there are metallic elements like iron,or simply metals in the alloys