Alloy steel is an iron-based substance that includes carbon as well as one or more other elements that were added on purpose. For the purpose of to improve one or more of the steel's mechanical and physical properties, such as hardness, wear resistance, high temperature performance, and corrosion resistance, the steel is alloyed with the alloying elements. These components typically make up 1 to 50 weight percent of the metal. Alloy steels can be grouped in a variety of ways. Stainless steels, for example, contain significant amounts of chromium. They can also be categorised by the proportion of alloying elements that the steel contains; for example, high-alloy steel typically contains more than 8% alloying elements, while low-alloy steel has less than 8%.

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