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Metals Presented by:

Baron, Rochelynne E.
Calangian, Xychryz A-ron P.
De Pedro, Celline
Duenas, John Alvic C.
Morcilla, Cedie M.
Rivo, Keenan Dave D.
Hard, shiny, and toughmetals are the macho poster
boys of the material world. Learning how to extract
these substances from the Earth and turn them into all
kinds of useful materials was one of the most important
developments in human civilization, spawning tools,
jewelry, engines, machines, and giant static
constructions like bridges and skyscrapers. Having said
that, "metal" is an almost impossibly broad term that
takes in everything from lead (a super-heavy metal) and
aluminum (a super-light one) to mercury (a metal that's
normally a liquid) and sodium (a metal soft enough to
cut like cheese).
Properties of Metals
Chemical properties
the property of a metals capability in
combining to other metals or non-metals.
Mechanical properties
the properties of strength and ductility.
the property of conductance in heat and
Magnetic Properties
the property if the metal is a
ferromagnetic material, paramagnetic
material, or a diamagnetic material.
Types of Metals
metals that corroded easily.
Examples are iron, nickel, lead, zinc, and copper.
metals that are magnetic.
Examples are iron, nickel, cobalt, and gadolinium.
metals that are resistant to corrosion or
metals that contains rare metallic chemical
element which has high economic value and high
electrical conductivity. Examples are gold, silver,
and platinum.

dense metal.
Examples are mercury, lead, and arsenic.
Manufacturing Processes
of Metals
Casting Processes
Metal casting processes involve pouring
molten metal into a mold cavity where, once
solid, the metal take on the shape of the
Expendable Mold Casting
Permanent Mold Casting
Powder Mettalurgy
Deformation Processes
include metal forming and sheet
metal-working processes.
Bulk Processes
Sheet Metalworking
Material Removal Processes
remove extra material from the
workpiece in order to achieve the
desired shape
Machining Operations
Abrasive Machining
Nontraditional Processes
Joining and Assembly Processes
multiple parts are connected

either permanently or
semipermanently to form a new entity.
Metals uses in Daily Life
In electronics
metals are used in the bodies of the
appliances and gadgets but main function
is used to transfer electricity.
In medicine
metals are used to cure micronutrient
metal deficiency diseases in humans and
In building construction
metals like iron and steel are widely
used in buildings and houses.In medicine
In jewelry
metals are used as symbols for financial
status, commonly used are the precious
In machinery and automobiles
metals that can work and withstand
harsh environment at the same time are used
like iron, steel, and aluminum.
In farming
metals are used as tools since
they can be used in both wet and
dry conditions.