The discovery and application of metals in everyday life has been a fundamental part of man’s civilizational and technological progress from earliest times – starting with the shift from the Stone Age, beginning 2 million years ago, to the Bronze Age, starting 1700 BCE and, then, the Iron Age around 1200 BCE.
The demand for metals and metal alloys like steel has been ever growing, as we exploit the multiple properties of metal including metal buildings. This infographic gives insight into the 5 strongest metals presently known: Iron, Titanium, Chromium, Carbon Steel and Tungsten.
5 Strongest Metals and Their Properties:
Infographic by – Carport Central