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Transcript: "When I first saw Iron Maiden, I thought, 'This is fierce!'" -Bruce Dickinson Shock Rock Black Sabbath, Iron Man Deep Purple, Highway Star Led Zeppelin, Kashmir What is Heavy Metal? Power Metal Grindcore Speed Metal Metalcore Goth Metal Industrial Metal Doom Metal Folk Metal Symphonic Metal Progressive Metal Drone Metal Viking Metal Groove Meal "I don't think shock is the right word, that's more Alice Cooper's territory. I think disturbed is the right word." -Jeff Walker, Carcass Websites metal-archives.com mapofmetal.com Books I'm the Man by Scott Ian Encyclopedia of Heavy Metal Documentaries Heavy: The Story of Metal Metal: A Headbanger's Journey Metal Evolution Until the Light Takes Us The New Wave of British Heavy Metal "One time we saw some hookers, but when we got closer we saw it was Motley Crue."-James Hetfield, Metallica "Forget about what everyone is telling you what you're supposed to be doing when you're listening to [Led Zeppelin]." -Robert Plant Black Metal AC/DC, Back in Black Led Zeppelin, Stairway to Heaven Van Halen, You Really Got Me "We do what we want, and if people think that's selling out, then whatever." -Cliff Burton, Metallica Thrash Metal Death Metal Metallica, Ride the Lightning Slayer, The Antichrist Anthrax, I'm the Law Megadeth, Peace Sells Appearance Black and Leather The Horns Malocchio Mosh Pits Posers TRVE KVLT Corpse Paint Sources Motorhead, Ace of Spades Iron Maiden, Iron Maiden Judas Priest, Hell Bent for Leather Early Metal Alice Cooper, I'm Eighteen KISS, Rock and Roll All Night Ozzy Osbourne, Crazy Train Metal Culture "The first time I ever heard someone call [Black Sabbath] metal it was derogatory." -Geezer Butler Mayhem, Freezing Moon Darkthrone, Transilvanian Hunger Immortal, Sons of Northern Darkness A genre of music developed in the early 1970s and has risen to have one of the biggest communities. Characterized by thick heavy sound, long guitar solos, and overall loudness. What is "metal"? WARNING: Adult language and Satanic imagery ahead! Hard Rock Amon Amarth, Loki's Fall Cannibal Corpse, Hammer Smashed Face Behemoth, Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer Nu Metal "As a young metal fan, I thought all other music sucked. " -Tom Morello First Wave of Black Metal By: Dave Gagnon Venom, Black Metal Mercyful Fate, Satan's Fall Bathory, Raise the Dead Glam Metal Heavy Metal "There were so many rock gurus. I want to be the rock villain." -Alice Cooper Motley Crue, Girls, Girls, Girls Warrant, Cherry Pie Quiet Riot, Cum On Feel the Noize Rap Metal Avant Garde Neo-Classical Metal Grunge Stoner Metal Unblack Metal Depressive Black Metal Melodic Death Metal Deathcore Mathcore Hardcore New Wave American Djent Traditional Heavy Metal Rage Against the Machine, Killing in the Name Slipknot, Spit It Out System of a Down, Chop Suey! Disturbed, Down with the Sickness

Metal Presentation

Transcript: Metal Presentation Heavy Metals Light and ultralight metals Javier García Martínez Aluminium Aluminium Uses High voltage power lines,planes,cars,bicycles,light metal work,roofing,decoration,kitchen tools and drinks cans. Bauxite Source and characteristics Silvery white highly resistant to corrosion good at conducting electricity and heat. Magnesium Magnesium Magnesite,dolomite Shiny,silvery white very light,soft and malleable,but not very hard and strong. Source and characteristics Uses Pyrotechnics (fireworks),the aerospace and car industries and bicycles. Titanium Titanium Rutile and ilmenite Silvery white,shiny,light,very hard and strong. Source and characteristics Uses Aerospace industry,building structures and medical prostheses (artificial limb parts). Lead Lead Galena Silvery grey,soft and heavy,plasticity,can be toxic when lead fumes are inhaled Source and characteristics Batteries,protective measures against nuclear radiation.An additive in glass to give hardness and add weight Uses Tin Tin Cassiterite Shiny white,very soft,does not oxidise at room temperature Source and characteristics Uses Tin foil and tin plate (a sheet of steel coated on both sides with a thin layer of tin).Alloyed with lead,it is used for soft soldering. Zinc Zinc Sphalerite Bluish grey,shiny,weak at low temperatures,not very hard. Source and characteristics Roofing,plumbing and in the car industry. Uses Copper Copper Cuprite,chalcopyrite and malachite. Corrodes or oxidises very easily Source and characteristics Electrical wire,telephone lines,pipes,radiators. Uses Bronze Bronze Alloy of copper and tin Resistant to wear and corrosion. Source and characteristics Boat propellers,filters,church bells,sculptures,nuts bearings and cogs. Uses Brass Brass Alloy of copper and zinc Very resistant to corrosion. Source and characteristics Handicrafts,jewellery,plumbing,capacitors and turbines. Uses Webgraphy Webgraphy All the information was found in the sheet you gave us and the photos in Google. I found the video on Youtube. Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47KFjX2cUw0 Video My opinion of metals My opinion My opinion is that they are good because of environmental, social and economic benefits can be achieved through recycling.

metal presentation

Transcript: metal presentation aluminium ALUMINIUM The aluminum comes from the material called bauxite. Its color is silvery white,it is highly resistant to corrosion and good for conducting electricity and heat. The aluminium can be used for example for the construction of vehicles,decorations and kitchen tools. https://youtu.be/Mv1SNr_fWR8 magnesium MAGNESIUM The magnesium comes from magnesite and dolomite. The magnesium is shiny,silvery white,very clear, soft and malleable but not very ductile. The magnesium is often used for example in the car and bicycle industries and also in fireworks https://youtu.be/dEAB56jrKWo titanium TITANIUM The titanium comes from the rutile and ilmenite. The titanium is shiny,silvery white,very light,very hard and strong. The titanium is used for aerospace, construction and medical prostheses. https://youtu.be/zekER1HBsYQ lead LEAD The lead comes from galena. The lead is silvery grey, soft and heavy,plasticity,can be toxic when lead fumes are inhaled. The lead can be used for example: for the batteries and protective measures against nuclear radation. tin TIN The tin comes from cassiterite. The tin is shiny white,very soft, does not oxidise at room temperature. The tin it is used for soft soldering. zinc ZINC The zinc comes from sphalerite and hemimorphite . The zinc is bluish grey,shiny,weak at low temperatures and not very hard . The zinc can be used for roofing,plumbing and car industry. copper COPPER The copper comes from cuprite,chalcopyrite and malachite. The copper is corrodes or oxidises very easily. The copper can be used for electrical wire,telephone lines, pipes and radiators . Click to edit text bronze BRONZE The bronze comes from alloy of copper and tin . The bronze is resistant to wear and corrosion. The bronze can be used for boat propellers, filters,church bells ,sculptures and cogs . brass BRASS The brass comes from alloy of copper and zinc . The brass is very resistant to corrosion . The brass can be used for handicraft, jewellery,capacitors, plumbing and turbines .

metal presentation

Transcript: Metal presentation Silvia 2ºC aluminium aluminum bauxite Goal Silvery white highly resistant to corrosion good and conducting electricity and heat. uses Detail high voltage power lines planes, cars, bicycles, light, metal work, roofing, decoration, kitchen tools and drink cans magnesium magnesium magnesite, dolomite Strategy shiny, silver white very light, soft and malleable, but no very ductile uses Objective pyrotechnics, the aerospace, car industries and bicycles. Lead heavy metals galena Strategy silvery grey, soft and heavy, plasticity, can be toxic when lead fumes and inhaled. uses Objective batteries, protective measures against nuclear radiation. an addictive in glass to give hardness ans add weight. Tin lead Cassiterite Strategy shiny white, very soft, does not oxidize at room temperature. uses Posters Tin foil and tin plate, alloyed white lead, it is used for soft soldering. zinc tin sphalerite and hemimorphite Goal bluish grey, shiny, weak at low temperatures, not very hard. uses Detail roofing, plumbing. and in the car industry. cooper zinc cuprite, chalcopyrite and malachite Goal corrodes or oxidizes very easily. uses Detail electrical wire, telephone lines, pipes, radiators. brass brass Alloy of cooper and zinc Goal very resistant to corrosion uses Detail Handicraft, jewellery, plumbing, capacitors, light and ultralight metals light and ultralight metals bronze bronze alloy of cooper and tin Goal resistant to wear and corrosion. uses Detail boat propellers , filters church, bells, sculptures, nuts, bearing and cogs. heavy metal heavy metals titanium titanium rutile and ilmenite Strategy silvery white, shiny, light,very hard and strong. uses Objective aereospace imdustry, builingstructures anmd medicinal.

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Transcript: Chrome plating chemicals are very toxic. Disposal is regulated in most countries. Hexavalent Chromium was an ingredient used for Chrome before it was banned in 2007. Environmental/Human Impact Solid material typically hard, opaque, shiny, and a conductor of head and electricty. Brushed Nickel Chrome Stainless Steel Brass Degreasing to remove dirt and debris. Manual cleaning. Pretreatments (depends on substrate). Chrome placed into vat to be warmed. Application of electrical current Buffing and Finishing Dark reddish, brown to light silvery yellow color. Depends on amount of zinc. Not as strong/hard as steel Easily formed into shapes Resistant to corrosion from salt water. Conductor of heat Different forms avaliable Plate, sheet, strip, foil, bar, wire, and billet. Environmental/Human Impact Environmental/Human Impact Chrome Finishing "Brushed" Environmental/Human Impact NICKEL No damage to soil or water No off gas Keeps water cleaner - prevents growth of bacteria Lowers waste gases and materials Electroplating a thin layer of chromium onto metal or plastic. Shiny Silver base color. Color can be altered after. Used as decrotive in most applications. Provides corrosion resistance. Easily cleaned. Increases surface hardness. Largest Producers of Chromium = South Africa Brass Stainless Steel Manufacturing Lead is sometimes a component found in Brass. Lead is a deadly pollutant to water and can cause damage to human brains. Process Manufacturing The term 'brushed' simply means that the metal has a dull polished finish. Unidirectional Satin Finish Some shine retained but pattern of fine parallel lines is produced on the surface. Natural, Shiny, Silvery-White Russia is the largest producers Most of the Earth's Nickel is inaccessible because it is located in the core. Easily mistaken for silver. 65% of Nickel produced in used in making Stainless Steel. Dull or Shiny Greys 100% Recyclable Corrosion Resistant Durable Many different kinds of finishes. Natural element of the Earth, so found in small amounts in food, water, soil, and air. Nickel (Low levels) is an essential element in plant life, some animals, and humans. Prolonged exposure to nickel "Gas" is toxic and known to be a carcinogen. Nickel is found in air from manufacturing and other sources. When used in cooking surfaces, nickel may leak into foods prepared on these surfaces.

metal presentation

Transcript: metals aluminium aluminium bauxite source light ductile no corrosion ability to form compounds conductivity color it is reusable and recyclable characteristics uses aluminum and its alloys are used to make tubes, containers, devices, kitchen tools and decoration. uses magnesium magnesium characteristics uses Pyrotechnic ande the aerospace and car industries and bicycles uses PICTURES PICTURES titanium titanium characteristics characteristics -silvery white -shiny light - very hard and strong uses uses -aerospace industry -building structures and medical prostheses lead heavy metals characteristics -silvery grey -soft and heavy -plasticity characteristics uses -batteries -protective measures against nuclear radiation -an addictive in glass to give hardness and add weight uses TIN tin uses Tin foil and til plate (a sheet of stell coated on both sides whit a tin layer of tin) Alloyed whit lead, it is used for soft soldering uses characteristics -shiny white - very soft -does not oxidise -room temperature characteristics zinc zinc uses -Roofing -Plumbing -Car industry uses -bluish grey -shiny -weak at low temperatures -not very hard characteristics characteristics copper copper characteristics -Corrodes or oxidises very easily characteristics uses -electrical wire -telephones lines -pipes -radiators uses bronze bronze uses -boat propellers -filters -curch bells -sculptures -nuts - bearings and cogs uses characteristics characteristics brass brass uses -very resistant to corrosion uses characteristics -handricrafts -jewellery -plumbing -capacitors and turbines characteristics

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