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naval brass

[′nā·vəl ′bras]
(metallurgy)
Brass composed of 60-62% copper, 37-39% zinc, and 0.75-1% tin; relatively resistant to corrosion by seawater. Also known as naval bronze.
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Camp, Ye Preposterous Booke of Brasse ([San Francisco]: E Clampus Vitus, 1937, reprinted 1978), 4, gives a brass formula which includes 3.18% tin, evidence that one or more of the makers thought they were using a piece of naval brass, available at a ship chandlery.
These submarines must have been bought as a status symbol for the armchair naval brass to brag about at the wardroom in Ottawa.
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