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Steel is an alloy, which is a homogeneous mixture of metals. As an alloy, it has most properties of metals, but not all. Alloys are generally stronger than metals. Some properties of steel include:
1. Luster: Steel is shiny.
2. High Tensile Strength: Steel can take a high amount of stress without becoming deformed.
3. Ductility: Steel can be changed in shape with the application of force.
4. Malleability: Steel can be compressed.
5. Conductivity: Steel is a good conductor of heat and electricity.
If you have a chemistry textbook, you can find out a great deal about steel and other alloys.
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