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Difference between the pure metal and alloy?

The Difference between Pure Metal and Alloy is explained as follows:

Pure metal:

 This metal has single phase materials that can form readily to a metallic bond which is done by composing of elements.

Eg:  Aluminium, copper etc...

Due to the poor mechanical and physical properties, they are rarely used for engineering applications.
These metals are difficult to produce.
This metal has high electrical and thermal conductivity.


This metal is obtained from two or the different type of relatively pure metals are used to melt and form a new metal. This type of metals has required properties to use so this is used more in engineering works.

Eg: Steel, bronzes etc..

They can form easily by melting of two or more type of metals.
They have low electrical and thermal conductivity than pure metals.

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