Strength comes in varying degrees. For instance, it is widely known that diamond is the hardest material in the world, but its strength comes from its density. Diamond is also brittle because its structure is very rigid. The strongest metal is probably tungsten, which has the highest melting point and tensile strength of all non-alloy metals, but if found pure can be cut with a hacksaw. Combining small amounts of tungsten into the steel making process can increase the steel’s own tensile strength greatly.
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