Chromium is mainly used in the production of stainless steel and various alloy steels in the form of iron alloys such as ferrochrome. Chromium is also used in electroplating.
Chromium alloy is used as a deoxidizer (in place of ferrosilicon) and chromium additive in steelmaking. Nickel-chromium alloys are commonly used in cutting tools.
Atomic number: 24
Atomic weight: 51.996
Element category: transition metal
Pure chromium is a lightweight white metal, usually performs blue-silvery in room-temperature. Chromium has a high melting point and high corrosion resistance. Metallic chromium is generally characterized by surface passivation in acids.
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