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When we speak of stainless steels in everyday speech, we mean steels alloyed with at least 12% chromium. As a result of reactions with the oxygen in the air, a protective oxide film forms on this alloy and prevents further rapid oxidation. Modern-day stainless steels are also usually alloyed with nickel and molybdenum, which further enhances their corrosion resistance properties.
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