What Is the Strongest Metal in the World?

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The strongest and most durable metal in the world with regard to being unbreakable is tungsten. The hardest metal in the world is steel alloy, which has a yield strength of 0.64 GPa and a tensile strength of 0.84 GPa.
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tungston carbid.
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By weight titanium is one of the strongest, if not the strongest, readily available
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The strongest metal in the world is Alloy 1090, a type of carbon steel. It has a tensile strength of .84 GPa and a yield strength of .64 GPa.
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can you please tell me what is the strongest metal in the world. Is it titanium steel. And if you compress metal does it get stronger. And could you please say what is the most heat
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