ANSWERS: 4
  • Adamantium
  • "Titanium Alloy"
  • that depends the hardest is carbon steel 1090which has a tensile strength of .84 GPa (122,000 psi) and a yield strength of .64 GPa (67,000 psi). the densest metal is osmium which is 22,600 kg/m3. i hope this helps. by the way adamantium doesn't exist. it is a fictional metalic/crystaline substance used esclusively in scifi. it is named whith the latin "admant" meaning unbreakable and "ium" from the neo latin suffix used in naming elements.
  • Ok Dr. Stryker because that stuff is real. Honestly if it was and since you know who can carry it around all day without extra strength well why don't they use it for body armour then morons. I am not sure but I know titanium alloy is very strong but not the strongest.

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