What Is the Strongest Metal on Earth?

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The strongest metal on earth is Tungsten. It is steel grey in colour and is most often found in a compound form as it exists in combination with various other chemical elements. It has a very high density and is 19.3 times denser than water and 71% more dense than lead.
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