Sunday, March 23, 2014

Engineering Materials and Properties - Index to Collection

Grey cast iron

Muntz Metal
Muntz metal is also called Yellow Metal. It is an alloy brass consisting of 60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc, named after the English businessman George F. Muntz, who patented it in 1832. Muntz metal must be worked hot. It is used to make machine parts that require resistance to corrosion.

Wikipedia articles on Alloys of Various Metals - Index



Top 10 articles from Materials News January 2014

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5.Flexible materials to manipulate sound and light
6.New anode quadruples life of lithium-sulfur battery
7.The search for 'cheapium'
8.Thinner and more flexible electronics than ever before
9.Cooling with carbon nanotubes
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