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" These results show that all the alloys containing an excess of copper are much harder than metals composing them, and, what is not less interesting, that the increased degree of hardness is due to the zinc, the softer metal of the two which compose these... "
Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Seite 116
von Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1860
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Band 69

1858
...equal to cast iron. The results of experiments with the first series of alloys (of copper and zinc) show that all the alloys containing an excess of copper...softer metal of the two which compose these alloys. The quantify of this metal must, however, not exceed 50 per cent, of the alloy, or the alloy becomes so...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Band 69

1858
...composing them, and what is not less interesting, that the increased degree of hardness is due to the zine, the softer metal of the two which compose these alloys....or the alloy becomes so brittle that it breaks as tho steel point penetrates. We believe that some of these alloys, with an excess of zinc, and which...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Band 69

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1858
...increased degree of hardness is due to the zinc, the softer metal of the two which compose these allovs. The quantity of this metal must, however, not exceed...or the alloy becomes so brittle that it breaks as th-i steel point penetrates. We believe that some of these alloys, with an excess of zinc, and which...
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The Quarterly Journal of Dental Science, Band 2

1859
...hardness. These results show that all the alloys containing an excess of copper are much harder than metals composing them, and, what is not less interesting,...however, not exceed 50 per cent, of the alloy, or the allay becomes so brittle that it breaks as the steel point penetrates. We believe that some of these...
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The Journal of the Society of Arts and of the Institutions in Union.Volume ...

The Society of Arts - 1859
...degree of hardness is due to the zinc, the softer metal of the two which compose these alloys. Thé quantity of this metal must, however, not exceed 50 per cent, of the alloy, or the alloy becomes во brittle that it breaks as the steel point penetrates. We believe that some of these alloys, with...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Band 11

1860
...them, and, what is not less interesting, that the inereased degree of hardness is due to the zine, the softer metal of the two which compose these alloys....believe that some of these alloys, with an excess of zine, and which are not found in commerce, owing to their white appearance, deserve the attention of...
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Journal of the Society of Arts, Band 7

1859
...composing tlu-iii, and, what is not less interesting, that the increased degree of hardness is line to the zinc, the softer metal of the two which compose these alloys. Tho quantity of this metal must, however, not exceed 50 per cent, of the alloy, or the alloy becomes...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Band 37;Band 67

1859
...1700 C" Zn« < Zn 8.1-70 5 ' Ibs. not less interesting, that the increased degree of hardness is clue to the zinc, the softer metal of the two which compose...quantity of this metal must, however, not exceed 50 ^ cent, of the alloy, or the alloy becomes so brittle that it breaks as the steel point penetrates....
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