In metallurgy, a non-ferrous metal is a metal, including alloys, that does not
contain iron (ferrite) in appreciable amounts. Generally more expensive than
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The most commonly used non-ferrous metals are aluminium, copper, lead, zinc,
nickel, titanium, cobalt, chromium and precious metals. Millions of tonnes of ...
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Ferrous metals contain iron and non-ferrous metals do not. However, it is not
possible to tell which metals have iron in them and which ones do not simply by ...
Ferrous These are metals which contain iron. They may have small amounts of
other metals or other elements added, to give the required properties. All ferrous
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Summary: The basic substance used in ferrous metals such as steel and cast iron
(gray and malleable) is iron. It is used in the form of pig iron.Iron is a base ...
The Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Materials Textbook is used at All Metals & Forge
Group as a training tool so that staff members gain an understanding of the metal