-- A new electrochemical process uses an 80C bath of water and sodium nitrite to make stainless steel harder and less brittle. Developed at Cambridge University in England, the new method involves passing electricity through the solution for three hours or so to destroy brittle microstructures on the surface of the steel. One possible application: razor blades that stay sharper longer.
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