You'll notice a higher Carbon concentration of 1.34% offset with a large fusion of Chromium, Vanadium and Molybdenum. It sits broadly in between VG10/AUS10 (around 1-1.2% )and the ultra high carbon steel like ZDP189 / MC66 (3% Carbon).
This is probably one of the best steels to use if you are in the US and support local production in that it balance hardness with a post 60 HRC and still deals with corrosiveness with the additions below.
The overview of the CPM S35Vn is as follows:
|Quenching Hardness||HRC60 +|