What does allotropic mean

What does allotropic mean what does iron and steel have to do with it?




Iron is the metal with polymorphism structure. Each and every structure stable in the range of temperature, for instance delta-iron with bcc structure in the range of 1538-1394C alters to gamma -Iron with fcc in range of 912-1394C as well as gamma iron to Alfa-Iron and so forth. For hardening of the metal, this quality of iron is subjugated.

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