Bronze

A yellow to yellow-brown alloy that contains mostly copper and tin. However, the name is now applied to other alloys that do not contain tin.


Discovered
2500BC bronze is developed in Mesopotania.

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Density 8800 kgm-3Clip
Melting Point 1300 KClip
Tensile strength 260000000 Nm-2Clip
Yield strength 140000000 Nm-2Clip
Youngs modulus 96E+09 to 120E+09 Nm-2Clip
Poissons ratio 0.34 Clip
Linear expansivity 0.000017 K-1Clip
Specific heat capacity 360 Jkg-1K-1Clip
Thermal conductivity 180 Wm-1K-1Clip
Electromotive Series -0.47 VClip
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See also: Aluminium Bronze, Arsenical Bronze, Bath Metal, Brass, Florentine Bronze, Manganese Bronze, Nonferrous, Paris Bronze, Phosphor Bronze.

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Subjects: Mechanical Engineering


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