Industrial materials are substances that are widely utilized in industrial processes for manufacturing various goods across the globe. These materials are primarily bifurcated into metals and non-metals. Industrial metals are characterized by luster, hardness and their ability to resonate sound. Besides this, they are ductile, malleable, have a high melting point and are excellent conductors of heat and usually remain solid under normal conditions (except for Mercury). They are further divided into ferrous and non-ferrous metals, which include cast iron, steel, copper, aluminum, zinc, tin, lead, etc. On the other hand, non-metal materials comprise thermoplastics, thermosetting plastics and elastomers. They have a low melting point and can be brittle as well as soft with relatively low tensile strength. Apart from this, they are generally bad conductors of heat and electricity (except for carbon).
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