Copper alloys, Mechanical Engineering

Copper Alloys

Some alloys of copper are employed in industry for varying causes. Copper forms alloys along with zinc or the brasses, tin or the bronzes, along with tin and phosphorous or the phospher bronzes, aluminium or the aluminium bronzes and along with nickel or the cupronickels.

 

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