Non Ferrous Metals Copper, Brass, and Their Alloys

Non Ferrous Metals

Non-ferrous metals and alloys do not contain significant amounts of iron. The most common non-ferrous metals used in engineering applications are copper, aluminum, tin, lead, and zinc. Nickel, Magnesium, and antimony are also used to alloy the non-ferrous metals mentioned above. Properties and Uses of Non Ferrous Metals Copper Copper is a corrosion-resistant metal with … Read more

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