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metallurgy
Mass of a metal cast into a size and shape such as a bar, plate, or sheet convenient to store, transport, and work into a finished product; it also refers to a mold in which a metal is so cast. Gold, silver, steel, copper, brass, tin, aluminum, etc, are cast into ingots for either transportation or storage until further processing.

Ingots range in size from small rectangular blocks weighing a few pounds to huge, tapered, octagonal masses weighing more than 500 tons.

Ingots are the starting material for many products, whether the metal is to be alloyed with other metals, converted to other physical forms, applied to other metal surfaces, or converted into chemical compounds.

Each metal has a different melting point, with different weight factor, which enables all metals to be separated and recycled into a 99.99% pure state.

Approximately three-quarters of all known chemical elements are metals. The most abundant varieties in the Earth's crust are aluminum, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, and magnesium. The vast majority of metals are found in ores (mineral-bearing substances), but a few such as copper, gold, platinum, and silver frequently occur in the free state because they do not readily react with other elements.
Although, current robots have nowhere near these capabilities, the technology is getting closer to the development of new liquid metals that can be manipulated in 3D with magnets. Reported in ACS applied materials and interfaces, the new materials could someday find applications in soft robotics.

Metals that are liquids at room temperature, such as gallium and certain alloys have unique properties that make them attractive for use in soft robots and flexible electronics. By adding magnetic particles, such as nickel or iron, researchers can produce liquid metals that interact with magnets. However, most magnetic liquid metals have high surface tension and can only move horizontally.

Liang Hu, Jing Lu, and colleagues wanted to make a magnetic liquid metal that they could move and stretch both horizontally and vertically. They added iron particles to a droplet of a gallium, indium, and tin alloy immersed in hydrochloric acid. A gallium oxide layer formed on the droplet surface, which lowered the surface tension of a liquid metal. When the team applied two magnets in opposite directions, they could stretch the droplet to almost four times its resting length.

They could also manipulate the liquid metal to connect to electrodes, completing a circuit to light up an LED bulb. The liquid metal could even stretch vertically to connect two electrodes, the lower one in hydrochloric acid and the upper one exposed to air. Most liquid metals would turn to paste in air, but the new material remains fluid. The team also stretched the metal vertically and horizontally to connect two electrodes. Although the metals no shapeshifting humanoid, the researchers do think their creation is reminiscent of an upright walking amphibian.
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