Published: Jan 1936
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The term “Alloys of Copper” as employed in this paper will be construed as applying to alloys containing at least 50 per cent copper, with one exception, namely, the extruded nickel silver. High strength in this group of alloys is relative inasmuch as the range covered extends from the strength of pure copper at about 30,000 lb. per sq. in. to that of heat hardenable alloys of over 200,000 lb. per sq. in. tensile strength. A complete picture of the field can only be given by a rapid survey in which the most emphasis will be placed on those alloys of greater strength.
Metallurgist, The American Brass Co., Waterbury, Conn.