Carbon steel consists of iron and also 0.12 - 2.00 % carbon, which could also contain around 10.5 % metal content. Even within the boundaries of below two percentage points of carbon, there's enormous variance in physical traits --notably hardness.
High carbon steels are extremely hard, making them good at resisting abrasion and keeping shape. They could withstand considerable pressure before deforming.
Low carbon steels have a tendency to deform under pressure rather than breaking, which ductility produces low carbon steels simple to weld and machine. They are often utilized in auto body panels, bolts, fittings, smooth tubes, and steel plate.
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