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Carbon Steel

Carbon steel refers to steels where the principal additions to their chemistry are carbon and manganese. Engineering the amount of carbon in the steel in conjunction with subsequent processing steps gives the steel its desired mechanical and physical properties. Carbon steel is typically separated into three designations: low, medium and high carbon. Most of the steel produced is considered carbon steel.

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