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  • No special use has yet been found for it, except as an alloy with Al. Cited from An Introduction to Chemical Science by RP Williams
  • These works allowed him to create a number of alloys with unique properties.
  • Any silver which may be present remains alloyed with the gold. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • It can form alloys with iron, of which the most common is carbon steel.
  • At times, however, two metals will form alloys with different structures than either of the two parents.
  • Gold ornaments typically were made of an alloy with a high degree of gold.
  • Gold was often found alloyed with silver or other metals to produce various types of colored gold.
  • Several other alloys with similar low melting points are listed here.
  • Similar alloys with the addition of a small amount of lead can be cold-rolled into sheets.
  • This culture used alloys with a high gold content.
  • Silver and gold in the form of money would be entirely too soft, unless alloyed with some hardening metal. Cited from The Wonder Island Boys: The Mysteries of the Caverns, by Finlay
  • Its ability to alloy with silver finds application in the separation of silver from lead (see silver). Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • By far the most common use of molybdenum is as an alloy with iron.
  • This technology replaced gold alloy with vitallium and was popular in depression time.
  • He showed the crown had been alloyed with silver, and the king was defrauded.
  • He showed that the crown had been alloyed with silver, and the king defrauded.
  • Iron alloys with less carbon content are known as steel.
  • Wootz steel was originally a complex alloy with iron as its main component together with various trace elements.
  • The building was constructed using aluminum alloy with sleek design into the sky.
  • Eyes wide for wisdom, calm for joy or pain, Bright hair alloyed with silver, scarcely gold. Cited from Toward the Gulf, by Edgar Lee Masters
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