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maraging steel[mär′ā·jiŋ ‚stēl]
High-strength, low-carbon iron-nickel alloy in which a martensitic structure is formed on cooling; contains 7-6% nickel, 0-11% cobalt, 0-5% molybdenum, and small percentages of titanium, aluminum, and columbium; hardening is accomplished by heating the quenched alloy at 400-500°C.
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