Alloy Microparticles have a lot of vital uses in different sectors. Alloy Microparticlesareobtainedby theprocess of alloying. This action, for its part, refers to melting certain elements to achieve the product known precisely as an alloy, which is made up of two or more components of which, at least, one is a metal.An alloy microparticle, therefore, is an element with metallic properties. Alloy Microparticles can be made with lead, iron, copper, and aluminum, among other metals. As for the non-metallic components, sulfur, carbon, phosphorus, and silicon are usually used. According to the predominant component, the alloy microparticles are classified differently. A ferric alloy microparticle, for example, will have a high amount of iron. Typically, alloys microparticles have chemical and physical properties similar to those of metals. They are thermal and electrically conductive and stand out for their exceptional mechanical properties. They can have a great hardness or be very ductile, according to their characteristics.