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  • Carpenter Technology outlines how high-tech melting creates high-performance metal alloys
    the attributes needed for less-demanding applications, and many specialty alloys are still melted in air today. Some alloys, however, contain elements such as aluminum and titanium that readily oxidize when melted in air. These oxides then appear as inclusions in the finished alloy, compromising mechanical
  • Copper
    shapes, forgings, wire, and castings. These metals are grouped according to composition into several general categories: coppers, high-copper alloys, brasses, leaded brasses, bronzes, aluminum bronzes, silicon bronzes, copper nickels, and nickel silvers. Copper-based alloys form adherent films
  • Medical Device Link . Novel Electrochemical Techniques for Analysis of Metallic Biomaterials Surfaces
    composition and structure, and local mechanical factors. Metallic biomaterial products like these femoral caps made from a CoCrMo alloy must function under conditions of considerable stress and motion. Photo: Carpenter Technology Corp. Metallic biomaterials are normally considered to be highly corrosion
  • Medical Device Link .
    bits can be susceptible to wear. The products depicted have been treated with a chromium composition coating (ME-92, from ME-92 Operations) to improve wear resistance. The article begins with a brief survey of stainless steels their various categories, uses, and physical and chemical properties

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