Why Are Alloys Made?


Alloys are made from two metals with different physical and chemical properties. They are usually made to enhance some metallic properties such as ductility, tensile strength, durability and impact resistance. An alloy will have better qualities than the two individual metals that form it.
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An alloy is a mixture or metallic solid solution that is composed of two or more elements. There are different types of alloys and they are all made up of different elements. For instance, steel is made up of elements iron and carbon. Bronze is an alloy made up of copper and tin.
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