This metal hardness chart organizes different types of metal using the Mohs hardness scale, a metric used by scientists to determine the scratch resistance of different minerals. With diamond at the top of the scale at a score of 10, elements and alloys can fall along the metal hardness scale from 10 (the most scratch-resistant) to 1 (the softest).
Also highlighted in this chart are common uses by humans of these elements and alloys, ranging from computing and electronics, jewelry, biomedical and many other uses.
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