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List of alloys



This is a list of alloys for which an article exists in Wikipedia (or is proposed but not yet written).

They are grouped by base metal, in order of increasing atomic number. Within these headings they are in no particular order. Some of the main alloying elements are optionally listed after the alloy names.


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Alloys of aluminium

Main article: Aluminium alloys
  • Al-Li (lithium)
  • Duralumin (copper)
  • Nambe (aluminium plus seven other undisclosed metals)
  • Silumin (silicon)
  • AA-8000: used for building wire in the U.S. per the National Electrical Code
  • Magnalium (5% magnesium)/used in airplane bodies, ladders,etc.
  • Aluminium also forms complex metallic alloys, like β-Al-Mg, ξ'-Al-Pd-Mn, T-Al3Mn
  • Alnico - alloy of aluminum, nickel, and cobalt used in magnets

Alloys of bismuth


Alloys of cobalt

Alloys of copper

Main article: Copper alloys


Alloys of gallium

  • Galinstan


Alloys of gold


Alloys of indium


Alloys of iron

See also: Category:Ferrous alloys

Alloys of lead


Alloys of magnesium


Alloys of mercury


Alloys of nickel

Alloys of potassium


Rare earth alloys


Alloys of silver


Alloys of tin


Alloys of uranium


Alloys of zinc


Alloys of zirconium

 
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