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mixtures in alloys, so that won't work either. Because of the linear rule of mixtures issue, virtually all multi-metal alloys are out, and only pure elements have any real chance of approaching the …
answered Nov 13 '15 by wwarriner
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That is correct, there are a number of unwanted, or tramp, metals (Cu, Sn, Sb, As) that enter the recycling stream from, for example, car bodies that are ground into scrap without removing all the cop …
answered Feb 8 '15 by wwarriner
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TL;DR: Tempering of martensite is trading strength and hardness for toughness amd ductility. Martempering is a heat treatment where a workpiece is held at constant temperature until through thickness …
answered Jun 13 '18 by wwarriner
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austenite (FCC) to ferrite (BCC) and the resulting significant loss of carbon solubility. The answer to your question is effectively no, there are no other alloys (of which I am aware) that behave like …
answered Apr 21 '16 by wwarriner