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What is the strongest metal in the periodic table?

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Tungsten

Explanation:

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Tungsten(Wolfram) is a great example since it has a melting point above 3000 °C, chromium, niobium molybdenum, rhenium, titanium and tantalum are all good examples that don't melt below titanium's minimal temp of 1668 °C.

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Explanation:

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answer: Tungsten(Wolfram)

Explanation: Tungsten(Wolfram) is a great example since it has a melting point above 3000 °C, chromium, niobium molybdenum, rhenium, titanium and tantalum are all good

The strongest metal in the periodic table are the Steel,Titanium,Tungsten and Inconel..


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