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Nickel is mainly used in the production of stainless steel because it improves its strength and resistance to corrosion. Nickel is also used in certain types of steel which lower magnetic properties.

Stainless steel with nickel content is omnipresent, for example in buildings, bridges and kitchen appliances. Nickel makes steel corrosion-resistant and plays an essential role in our modern world. 

As the trend towards e-mobility grows, this versatile metal is increasingly needed to produce high-performance batteries.


Nickel in electric vehicle batteries helps deliver higher energy density and longer range for vehicles.

Because nickel resists high temperatures, it is used in special steel and superalloys intended for aircraft engines, among other applications.

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