The chemical composition of stainless steel is mainly chromium, nickel, titanium, copper, manganese, molybdenum, nitrogen, sulfur, niobium, etc.,

of which chromium can form a chromium oxide film on the surface of stainless steel to prevent further rusting of stainless steel. The chromium oxide

film is transparent Yes, so you can see that stainless steel is always bright as new. Nickel’s main function is to make stainless steel resistant to acid and

alkali corrosion; the following components are to change the internal structure of stainless steel, so that stainless steel is suitable for use in many different fields.

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