|low-carbon steel||mild steel|
|(carbon) copy, cubic capacity, cubic centimeter||cc; c.c.|
|(Chemistry) of or containing molybdenum (metallic element used to strengthen and harden steel), relating to molybdenum with a high valence||molybdic|
|(Chemistry) of or containing molybdenum (metallic element used to strengthen and harden steel), relating to molybdenum with a low valence||molybdous|
|(Mn) grayish-white metallic element used in the manufacture of steel (Chemistry), `:Mn, brittle grayish-white metallic element||manganese|
|(Mo) graphite-like mineral of the chromium group used to strengthen and harden steel (Chemistry), `:Mo, metallic element||molybdenum|
|(Nb) soft ductile metallic element used in steel alloys (Chemistry), `:Nb||niobium|
|(symbol) gamma, 3rd in position in carbon chain, 3rd letter of Greek alphabet, 3rd nearest to designated atom, measure of contrast of image, third item, third letter of the Greek alphabet, unit of mass||gamma|
|(V) toxic silvery white metallic element used in strengthening steel (Chemistry), `:V, silvery-white metallic element||vanadium|
|a trademark for an iron, nickel, and carbon alloy that is used for making watch springs||Invar|
|able to continue to dissolve, able to form more carbon bonds, not saturated, capable of dissolving or absorbing more of a substance||unsaturated|
|act or process of decarbonizing, removal of carbon||decarbonization|
|act or process of removing carbon or carbonic acid||decarbonation|
|alkalinity measuring device, device which measures the amount of carbon dioxide in a substance (Chemistry)||alkalimeter|
|alloy that contains iron (Chemistry), iron alloy used in steel production||ferroalloy|
|amorphous hydroxide of iron (found in certain rocks); pure iron; substance containing iron, form of iron occurring in steel, iron mineral, magnetic iron oxide||ferrite|
|Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), American steel manufacturer and philanthropist; family name||Carnegie|
|any of several compounds composed of carbon and fluorine (Chemistry), inert chemical||fluorocarbon|
|atomic mass unit; unit of mass equal to 1/12 the mass of a carbon atom||AMU|
|avoiding synthetic chemicals, based on carbon, characteristic of or pertaining to living organisms; of or pertaining to the organs of an animal or plant; fundamental; inherent; developing naturally, produced without the use of chemicals, intrinsic, of ...||organic|
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