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AQA GCSE Chemistry - Module C1.3.2
AQA GCSE Chemistry 1.3.1 - Alloys
Terms in this set (18)
How much iron does iron from a blast furnace contain?
What is iron from a blast furnace?
What is iron from a blast furnace mainly used as?
Strength (in compression)
What properties does cast iron have?
What is most iron converted into?
What type of substance is steel?
Iron (and) carbon
What does steel comprise of?
How much carbon is in a low-carbon steel?
How much carbon is in a high-carbon steel?
(It can be) easily shaped
What properties does low-carbon steel have?
(It is) hard
What properties does high-carbon steel have?
What can low-carbon steel be used for?
What can high-carbon steel be used for?
What are stainless steels resistant to?
Chromium (and) nickel
What does stainless steel contain?
(They are) too soft
Why are copper, gold, iron and aluminium only used as alloys?
(Different sized atoms add) distort
Why do different types of metals make soft metals harder?
(It makes it) harder for atoms to slide over one and other
How does distort make alloys harder than natural metals?
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