Newbie question

Why are there so few Tungsten alloys, considering its incredible
strength, high hardness and melting point I am a little surprised. Can
this not be used alloyed with Ti and Mo or Ni to create a new
superstrong amorphous alloy?
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Anderson Enterprises
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Tungsten doesn't have incredible strength...... And it doesn't have high hardness either.
You are confusing.....
You are confusing Tungsten Carbide, perhaps, with tunsten.
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jbuch

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