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EMA 3010 Study guide  Chapter 13 Know and understand the following things from Chapter 13: 1. Know the AISI/SAE designation for plain carbon steels (10xx). 2. Know the several types of stainless steels and their general attributes. Page 364 3. Be able to identify the microstructures and general properties of the  different types of cast iron, e.g., what is so great about CG iron due to its  combination  of properties, for what applications (due to what properties)  would gray iron be useful, etc? 4. Understand how cast iron can solidify with either graphite or iron carbide  particles. 5. Know how malleable cast iron is produced, and why it is generally not as 
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