For years making stainless steel good enough to use in areas such as construction has been a bit of a balancing act. While the added component of carbon puts the strength into steel it also makes it brittle. Too much carbon for example and the product breaks rather than bends. Alternatively, too little and it simply won't be strong enough for the job in hand. In the 1970's a team of scientists from the Soviet Union thought they'd cracked it...
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