Composite and alloy

What is the difference between composite and alloy metals ?

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akhlaq mohsin

  • Feb 19th, 2015

composite is compound more than two metal or non metal while alloy is the compound of metal only.

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  • Aug 1st, 2017

A composite metal is a material made of two or more different metals having different physical or chemical properties that when combined produce a material with characteristics different from individual metals.
where as, alloy is a metal made of two or more metals, especially to give more strengthened and anti corrosive metal.

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  • Aug 7th, 2018

Alloys and composites are mixtures of elements. The main difference between alloy and composite is that alloy has at least one metal in its composition whereas composites do not have metal components.

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