What Is Chrome Made of?


Chrome is made up of nickel and chromite. It is used for plating finishes on metals such as steel and aluminum. Chrome is malleable and thus it can be used to make different tools as well as for coating weapons.
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It is an alloy, it is usually used as a coating. It is many metals combined to use as a cover or encasement for other materials like bumpers, rims and grills.
Chrome is made of chromium alloy. Chromium alloy is steel grayish, metal, and is resistant to tarnish. It withstands the elements and is very durable.
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Chrome is short (slang) for chromium, a chemical element. Chrome is a metal, but it cannot be used as a solid substance, as can so many other metals. When something is called chrome
Chrome plating is a common process used to make a metal surface reflective and lustrous. It is often used in the automobile and motorcycle industries, particularly with show cars
Chrome is short for chromium, a naturally occurring metal, not useful as a solid substance.
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