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Monel or Monel metal is an alloy made of nickel (roughly 70%), copper (25 to 29%), and a small percentage of manganese, silicone, carbon, and iron. This mixture was popular from the early to mid 1900s and was used in several architectural applications. Monel is stronger than steel, resistant to corrosion, and readily fabricated. (Read more...)
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