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Based on the comments and extended chat, this is the kind of question the OP actually wanted to ask: Consider a mixture of Fe and FeO. The total percentage (by weight) of iron is 86.638%. What is the percentage of iron metal in the mixture? Answer: For simplicity, assume exactly 100 g of the mixture. Hence the total iron is 86.638g and the remaining 13.362g ...


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Type AISI 202 stainless is very tough regardless of carbon content ( in specification). It is an austenitic stainless with roughly half the nickel replaced by manganese. It becomes stronger with less ductility when it is cold worked , regardless of carbon . As an austenitic , it can not be hardened by heat-treatment. It is relatively uncommon so little data ...


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Depends on the environment and mechanical stress (+ speed etc.) The brittleness of a piece of steel highly depends on it's composition (<10% Cr can make it super brittle, too) it's 'temperature history' (e.g. hardened, welded) and the temperature where it is exposed. So this is found in table-works. You start with the temperature of your environment: (...


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