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Author: lakhtin
Time: 11/08/03 00:44 PST
This is a reply to message no. 12457 by tonyv
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Sulphur in Cast steel
Sulphur is added intentionally in cast  iron so that it forms MnS to ease the formation of graphite nodules. In cast steel although sulphur is not desirable (because it imparts brittleness) it is added in the laddle to make melting easier and faster.


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