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- w: Metallurgy
- w: Extractive metallurgy
- w: Powder metallurgy
- w: Category:Metallurgy
- w: Annealing (metallurgy)
- w: Uranium metallurgy
- w: History of ferrous metallurgy
- w: Refining (metallurgy)
- w: Metallurgical converter
- w: Global powder metallurgy property database
- w: Converting (metallurgy)
- w: Recrystallization (metallurgy)
- w: Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge
- w: Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory
- w: National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology
- w: Materials science
- w: Yield ratio (metallurgy)
- w: Pyrometallurgy
- w: Smelting
- w: Bessemer process
- w: Field's metal