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Copper-beryllium alloy

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Alloy of copper and beryllium containing usually not more than 3% beryllium. The alloy has a bronzelike, crystalline structure and is unsurpassed in its ability to withstand fatigue, wear, and corrosion and in its electrical conductivity at high temperatures.

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copper alloy


12yrs ago

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