lead-silver babbitt

lead-silver babbitt

[′led ′sil·vər ′bab·ət]
(metallurgy)
Alloy of lead with 10-15% antimony, 2.5-5.1% silicon, up to 5% tin, and up to 0.2% copper; used as a bearing metal.
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