Minerals, Metals, and Other Materials


What material is used to make a tuning fork?

A tuning fork, an instrument that when struck emits a fixed pitch, is generally made of steel. Some tuning forks are made of aluminum, magnesium-alloy, fused quartz, or other elastic materials.


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