What is austenitic alloy?

Answer Austenite refers to a state in which the structure of iron or iron-based alloys (such as steel) is altered. The process of creating this state is called austenitization, according to Ohio State Un... Read More »

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What is alloy used for?

Alloy is a substance made of more than one metal component. It has a wide variety of applications in structural engineering. These alloys include titanium, cast-irons, zinc, nickel, magnesium, copp... Read More »

When was alloy invented?

The first alloy was a natural mix of copper and arsenic. People used this alloy from approximately 4000 B.C. to 3500 B.C. They used the superior mixture of 90 percent copper and 10 percent tin mixt... Read More »

What is a gold alloy?

An alloy is a fusion of different metals. A gold alloy is gold fused with other metals. Electrum is an alloy of gold and silver. Gold fused with nickel or palladium produces white gold. Jewelry oft... Read More »

What is low alloy steel?

Low-alloy steel is a type of steel (a metal made from iron and carbon) that contains an additional metal, such as molybdenum, nickel, chromium, manganese and/or silicon. The additional metal accoun... Read More »