Is stainless steel compatible with hydrogen sulfide?

Answer Hydrogen sulfide is a highly reactive and corrosive chemical. Drilling crews must protect themselves with proper equipment to avoid fume inhalation. Stainless-steel pipes and tubes are used to hand... Read More »

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Is satin nickel or stainless steel cabinet hardware a better match with todays brushed stainless steel appliances?

Answer Stainless steel cabinet hardware is definitely a better match than satin nickel for todays brushed stainless steel appliances. However, when it comes to stuff like (entry or closet) door ha... Read More »

Is there anyway to take scratches out of stainless steel I have a scratch on my stainless steel watch.?

From a materials science point-of-view, anything harder than steel can physically buff the scratches out, but most things would just introduce further scratching. I don't know if the watch is water... Read More »

Are stainless steel 316L& stainless steel 18/8 the same?

Type 18/8, also known as type 304 stainless steel, differs in chemical composition from type 316L stainless steel. Type 316L contains less carbon (0.035 percent versus 0.08 percent), less silicon (... Read More »

Is hydrogen sulfide a gas?

Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless, highly flammable and explosive gas that smells like rotten eggs. It is produced as organic matter decays or as a by-product of industrial processes such as road pav... Read More »