Stainless steels are steels that contain a minimum of 10% chromium and are more resistant to corrosion than normal steels. Stainless steels can vary in composition from a simple alloy of iron and chromium to complex alloys containing chromium, nickel, and various other elements in small quantities.
There are three main classifications of stainless steels distinguished based on their composition and internal structure. These types are austenitic, ferritic, and martensitic.
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