Wikipedia’s article on stainless steel includes a critical picture of a stainless steel chair in use in Rio de Janeiro.
When you look at that picture, I’m sure the first thing you think about is the importance of series 300 oxidation resistance stainless within marine applications.
Science. It’s everywhere.
Aside: Here’s a decent stainless steel guide if you’re curious
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As someone in Brazil right now, I can confirm that 300 series stainless resists oxidation like woah.
In relation to stretching the boundaries of examples, when Simple English Wikipedia was new, my friend and I played a game where we tried to explain things with as many references to soup as possible. It had some crazy intricate scoring system that required us to make sure no one reverted our edits, and making sure the edits were worthwhile and not just a substitution thing… I think we gave up a day later.