cupronickel

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cupronickel

any ductile corrosion-resistant copper alloy containing up to 40 per cent nickel: used in coins, condenser tubes, turbine blades, etc.

cupronickel

[¦kyü·prō′nik·əl]
(metallurgy)
A copper-base alloy with 10-30% nickel and small amounts of manganese and iron; used in industrial and marine installations as condenser and heat-exchanger tubing.
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Key words: Copper-nickel alloy, Synthetic sea water, Thiadiazole, Polarization, Impedance, ICP-AES
The new copper-nickel 'nanowires' are the most recent nanomaterial Wiley's lab has developed as a possible low-cost alternative to indium tin oxide, or ITO.
A correctly designed and installed copper-nickel piping system can give years of good service, providing excellent resistance to seawater corrosion and biofouling.
The copper-nickel skin, is an integral part of the design and upkeep of the bridge and just as important is the stunning appearance that the warm color of the material will create.
These results along with earlier declared calcrete sample assays continue to provide a strong support to the prospects for copper-nickel mineralization at Durkin.
Dunbar says most of the indicators from the offset dykes and footwalls around the Sudbury Igneous Complex are really copper-nickel targets associated with platinum group metals.
5 km long conductor associated with the M2 Zone continues towards its objective of outlining an open pit bulk tonnage copper-nickel resource.
Initial drill results from drill holes completed in December 2005 have confirmed the continuation of copper-nickel mineralization to the western limit of the M2 Zone.
1 shaft, did not intersect significant mineralization, despite reported remnant copper-nickel mineralization in underground workings and significant intercepts in previous drillholes.
To date, the M2 Zone is associated with a large copper-nickel rich envelope, has been intersected for a minimum strike length of 600 meters and to a vertical depth of 300 meters.
This important, potentially high grade copper-nickel massive sulfide target lies within the area subject to our agreement with Beaver Bay but is distinct and separate from our Birch Lake zone and merits substantial further evaluation.
The bellows heater consists of two copper-nickel metal strips about 53 inches long and one-half inch wide.