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ag metals unit 4

terms unit 4

a mixture of two or more substances of which at least one is a metal Alloy
a common shape for mild steel comprised of two flat edges formed at a right angle Angle
cooling steel slowly to make it soft Anneal
a common shape for mild steel comprised of three flat edges formed in the shape of a C Channel
a tool used to make or cut threads on a rod Die
a metal containing iron Ferrous metal
a comon shape for mild steel comprised of one flat piece Flat
a common shape for mild steel formed as an I I-beam
a metal or other material that can be shaped by pounding with a mallet (hammer) or pressure of rollers Malleable
a metal that does not contain iron Nonferrous metal
a round cylindrical piece of metal Rod
metal in the form of a sheet; usually thin Sheet metal
a tool used to cut threads inside a piece of metal Tap
a common shape for mild steel formed as a T Tee
controlled cooling after heating metal to attain a degree of hardness Tempering
a hollow cylindrical material such as a pipe Tube
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