ferrocarbon titanium

ferrocarbon titanium

[¦fe·rō′kär·bən tī′tān·ē·əm]
(metallurgy)
An alloy of iron with 15-20% titanium and 3-8% carbon; may be added to molten steel as a component of low-alloy steel.
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