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An alloy composed principally of aluminum, nickel, cobalt, and iron; used for permanent magnets

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BABBITT

A soft, white, non-ferrous alloy bearing material composed principally of copper, antimony, tin and lead.

NON-FERROUS ALLOY

Alloy containing less then 50 % iron.

FUSIBLE PLUG

A safety device that is made up of an alloy material that is designed to melt at a specific temperature to relieve pressure in a vessel.

ALLOY

A metal that is produced by mixing certain metals with a base metal for the purpose of achieving improved qualities over the base metal. An example is stainless steel, which has more chromium in it than carbon steel.

ADMIRALTY BRASS

Alloy of approximately 70% copper, 29% zinc.

ALUMINIUM BRONZE

Alloy of approximately 90% copper and 10% aluminium.

NAVAL BRASS

Alloy of approximately 70% copper, 29% zinc.

BABBIT

Soft white metal alloy used for shell type engine bearings.

DE-ZINCIFICATION

The common leaching of zinc from the alloy brass in the marine environment that renders it brittle.

GUNMETAL

Alloy of approximately 88% copper and tin.

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