Tungsten began to be used in jewellery quite recently but managed to conquer the public with extraordinary strength and durability. However, is this unusual metal “eternal” and should it be preferred over silver and gold? Let’s figure it out.
Tungsten Carbide Properties
Tungsten is unusually hard, and its density is twice that of lead. In conjunction with carbon, the metal turns into tungsten carbide: a material with a hardness comparable to diamond, wear-resistant and almost non-reactive to oxidation. It is tungsten carbide, in addition to the manufacture of cutting parts and projectile cores, used in jewellery.
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