noun fer·ro·aluminum \"+\

Definition of ferroaluminum

  1. :  an alloy of iron and aluminum that is sometimes added to molten steel to deoxidize the metal or to provide aluminum (as in steel for nitriding)

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Origin and Etymology of ferroaluminum

ferro- + aluminum

First Known Use: 1887

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