Many metals can be combined to create new and intersting metal alloys. Alloys
inherit many of the properties of thier parent or may even create new interesting
Bronze is an alloy of copper and other elements. It is commonly employed
among seafarers because of its high corrosion resistance.
Steel is an iron-carbon alloy. It is the most common material for weapons
Pewter is a tin-copper alloy and is commonly used for tableware.
Electrum is a gold-silver alloy and also commonly called green gold. It is
used commonly for coins and jewelary.
There are several gold alloys that are comomnly used to create jewelary and
white gold - gold and platinum alloy
rose gold - gold and copper alloy, similar to red but with high mix of gold
red gold - gold and copper alloy
pink gold - gold, copper, and silver alloy
spangold - gold, copper, and allouminum alloy
Many alloys remain unnamed and may appear as just a list of thier components and
thus you may not know the exact formula to recreate an alloy.
See also: gems, materials, metals
13:25, Lockday, Praxi 2, 175 AD.