What is the strongest metal known to man?

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The strongest metal known to man is diamonds. Due to this hardness diamonds are used in drill bitts for cutting application. It is also use to make bullet proof glass and normally to make jewellery.
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A palladium, silver, and other metalloid alloy.
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I would have to say that most construction is done with concrete and steel. Concrete, not metal is the strongest under compression. Concrete is compression's Daddy. No doubt. Steel
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This is a very interesting question. It might it might also be better served to be added to nautical type topics. . Some knots, in them selves though strong cause the rope to break
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The hardest known metal alloy, and the hardest known metal in general, is a type of carbon steel, Alloy 1090. Most carbon steels melt at 2800F.
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Scientists at Caltech stated they developed a new super-strong alloy in 2011. It has no name yet, but the alloy combines palladium, silver, and a mixture of various ...
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