spiegeleisen


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spiegeleisen

[′spē·gə‚līz·ən]
(metallurgy)
An iron alloy containing 15-30% manganese and 5% carbon used in steelmaking.
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Table 11: US Metal Powders Market (2006 & 2007): Exports (in US$ Thousand) for Granules & Powders of Pig Iron, Spiegeleisen, Iron, or Steel; Zinc Powders and Flakes; Tungsten (Wolfarm) Powders; Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Gold Powder (Non-Monetary); Nickel Powders and Flakes; Silver Powder; Lead Powders and Flakes; and Molybdenum Powders III-5
Table 12: US Metal Powders Market (2006 & 2007): Imports (in US$ Thousand) for Granules & Powders of Pig Iron, Spiegeleisen, Iron, or Steel; Zinc Powders and Flakes; Tungsten (Wolfarm) Powders; Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Gold Powder (Non-Monetary); Nickel Powders and Flakes; Silver Powder; Lead Powders and Flakes; and Molybdenum Powders (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5
Table 13: Canadian Metal Powders Market (2006 & 2007): Exports (in US$ Thousand) for Granules & Powders of Pig Iron, Spiegeleisen, Iron, or Steel; Zinc Powders and Flakes; Tungsten (Wolfarm) Powders; Aluminum Powders; Copper Powders; Gold Powder (Non-Monetary); Nickel Powders and Flakes; Silver Powder; Lead Powders and Flakes; and Molybdenum Powders III-6