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Metals Research Task

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Research task answering five questions in regard to Preliminary Chemistry year 11 Metal topic syllabus outcomes 1 and 5, with references.

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Matter Chemical elements Atomic physics Chemistry Transition metals Native element minerals Dietary minerals Post-transition metals Metal Aluminium Copper Nickel
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Matter Chemical elements Atomic physics Chemistry Transition metals Native element minerals Dietary minerals Post-transition metals Metal Aluminium Copper Nickel
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Steel: There are four main types of steel: carbon steels (ductile), alloy steels (manipulate properties), stainless steels (resist corrosion), and tool steels (durable). The most common steel alloy, carbon steel, is ductile and hence used for steel wires. Alloy steels contain elements such as manganese, silicon, nickel, titanium, and aluminium. The addition of these alloying elements in certain ratios allows for the hardness, resistance to corrosion, strength, ductility, and other properties to be controlled. Thus, alloy steels are used for pipelines, auto parts, and power generators. Stainless steels, however, are known mostly for one property: corrosion resistance. Stainless steel resists corrosion well enough to be used in domestic, architectural, transport, and medical settings due to the 10-20% chromium that it contains. Tool steel is very durable and has a...
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