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Stain­less Steel – When Health Comes First

Intro­duc­tion; What are stain­less steels? Defi­ni­tion and prin­ci­pal cha­rac­te­ris­tics, Cate­go­ries of stain­less steels; The main alloy­ing con­sti­tu­ents of stain­less steels as essen­tial ele­ments: Gene­ral con­s­i­de­ra­ti­ons, The essen­tial cha­rac­ter of chro­mium, The essen­tial cha­rac­ter of nickel; Stain­less steel as a safe con­tain­ment of its alloy­ing con­sti­tu­ents; App­li­ca­ti­ons of stain­less steels with rela­tion to human health: in con­tact with human skin, in con­tact with human tis­sue – medi­cal devices and implants, in con­tact with food and bever­a­ges, in con­tact with drin­king water, for the pre­pa­ra­tion of phar­maceu­ti­cal pro­ducts, hygie­nic cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the sur­face of stain­less steel – clea­ning and dis­in­fec­tion; Sum­mary; Refe­ren­ces

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