Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An alloy of iron and chromium, the proportions of the latter element varying from over 20 per cent. in poor ferrochromium to more than 63 per cent. in rich ferrochromium.

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  • noun An alloy of iron and chromium

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  • Considerable quantities of an alloy of chromium with iron, called ferrochromium, are now produced for the steel industry.

    An Elementary Study of Chemistry

  • Silicon alloys with a variety of metals, including iron, aluminum, copper, nickel, manganese and ferrochromium.

    Silicon

  • The leading exports supplied by these countries under the programme were ferrochromium, ferrosilicon, manganese, cane sugar, parts of ore processing machinery, jewelry, and animal skins.

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  • What weight of ferrochromium containing 40\% chromium must be added to

    An Elementary Study of Chemistry

  • Of the world's total production of chromite, more than 90% is smelted into ferrochromium alloys.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Of the world's total production of chromite, more than 90% is smelted into ferrochromium alloys.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • U.S. link: Although U.S. leaders have called for Mugabe's resignation, imports from Zimbabwe (primarily nickel and ferrochromium, both used in stainless steel) rose in 2008.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Of the world's total production of chromite, more than 90% is smelted into ferrochromium alloys.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • U.S. link: Although U.S. leaders have called for Mugabe's resignation, imports from Zimbabwe (primarily nickel and ferrochromium, both used in stainless steel) rose in 2008.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • China also raised the export tax on ferrochromium, ferronickel, ferromolybdenum and ferrotungsten to 20 percent in early 2008, he said.

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