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Stainless steel is a steel alloy with increased corrosion resistance compared to carbon/alloy steel.

Common alloying ingredients include chromium (usually at least 11%), nickel, or molybdenum. Alloy content often is on the order of 15-30%.

Common applications for stainless steel include food handling/processing, medical instruments, hardware, appliances, and structural/architectural uses.

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