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What metal has the highest durability, notably against fire?

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Ive looked at tungsten but I was wondering if there was a metal or even an alloy that is stronger. thanks for the answer in advance.

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    0861788249 2017-01-10 10:46:45

    which metals have a higher density than steel? and how does the density compare to steel( example: tungsten carbide is 2x [i think] more dense than steel.) A1:Alumina ~ 3.4 - 3.6 Aluminum, cast-hammered 2.55 - 2.80 Antimony 6.68 Baryte / Barite 4.25 Barium 3.62 Barium sulfate 4.5 Bentonite 2.4 Beryllium 1.848 Bismuth 9.79 Boron 2.34 Brass, cast-rolled 8.4 - 8.7 Bronze, aluminum 7.7 Bronze, 7.9 - 14% Sn 7.4 - 8.9 Bronze, phosphor 8.88 Calcium carbonate 2.7 Carbon 2.26 Cement 3.0 Cerium 6.77 Cesium 1.873 Chromium 7.19 Chromium dioxide (Cr203) 5.22 Chromium oxide (Cr02) 4900 kg m-3 Clays 2.6 Coal slag 2.7 Cobalt 8.92 Copper, cast-rolled 8.8 - 8.95 Copper ore, pyrites 4.1 - 4.3 Diamond 2.26 Dolomite 2.9 Dysprosium 8.55 Erbium 9.066 Europium 5.244 Ferrosilicon- 15% 6.7-7.1 Flint stones/ pebbles 2.4 - 2.6 Gadolinium 7.9 Gallium 5.91 Germanium 5.32 German silver 8.58 Glass beads 2.5 Gold, cast-hammered 19.25 - 19.35 Gold coin (U.S.) 17.18 - 17.2 Gold, pure 19.32 Gypsum 2.3 Hafnium 13.31 Hematite, specular 5.4 Holmium 8.795 Ilmenite 4.5- 5.0 Indium 7.31 Iodine 4.93 Iridium 21.78 - 22.65 Iron carbonate 3.9+ Iron, gray cast 7.03 - 7.13 Iron, cast, pig 7.2 Iron, wrought 7.6 - 7.9 Iron, spiegeleisen 7.5 Iron, ferrosilicon 6.7-7.3 Iron ore, hematite 5.2 Iron, ore, limonite 3.6 - 4.0 Iron ore, magnetite 4.9 - 5.2 Iron ore, specular 5.4 Iron slag 2.5 - 3.0 Lanthanum 6.17 Lead 11.34 Lead ore, galena 7.3 - 7.6 Lead oxide (yellow) 9.5 - 9.9 Limestone 2.8 Lithium 0.53 Lutetium 9.84 Magnesium 1.738 Manganese 7.35 Manganese ore, pyrolusite 3.7 - 4.6 Mercury 13.534 Molybdenum 10.22 Monel metal, rolled 8.97 Mullite beads 2.8 Neodymium 7.00 Nickel 8.9 Niobium 8.57 Osmium 22.61 Palladium 12.02 Phosphorus 2.34 Platinum 21.5 Potassium 0.856 Praseodymium 6.77 Quartz sand 7.00 Rhenium 21.02 Rhodium 12.41 Rubidium 1.532 Ruthenium 12.45 Salt 2.2 Samarium 7.52 Sand, silica 2.6 Sand, Quartz 7.0 Scandium 2.989 Selenium 4.28 Sialon 3.26 Silicon 2.33 Silicon carbide 3.1 Silicon nitride 3.2 Silver, pure 10.4 - 10.6 Sodium 0.968 Steatite beads 2.6 - 2.7 Steel, carbon 7.8 Steel, chrome 7.8 Steel, cold-drawn 7.83 Steel, machine 7.80 Steel, 440C stainless 7.7 Steel, tool 7.70 - 7.73 Strontium 2.64 Sulfur 2.07 Tantalum 16.69 Tellurium 6.24 Terbium 8.27 Thallium 11.85 Thulium 9.32 Tin, pure 7.2 - 7.5 Tin ore, cassiterite 6.4 - 7.0 Titanium 4.506 Titanium dioxide, Anatase 3.77 Tin, 100% Pure 7.29 90 Sn & 10 Pb 7.54 63 Sn & 37 Pb 8.42 60 Sn & 40 Pb 8.52 50 Sn & 50 Pb 8.89 10 Sn & 90 Pb 10.50 5 Sn & 95 Pb 11.00 Tungsten 19.25 Tungsten carbide 14.29 Uranium 18.7 Vanadium 6.11 Water, fresh 1.0 Ytterbium 6.97 Yttrium 4.47 Zinc, cast-rolled 6.9 - 7.2 Zinc, ore, blend 3.9-4.2 Zirconia, stabilized (MgO) 5.4 Zirconia, stabilized (REO) 6.1 Zirconia, stabilized (Y203) 6.0 Zirconium 6.506 Zirconium silicate 3.85

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