alloys for cymbals, gongs, and tamtams



alloys for cymbals, gongs, and tamtams defined in 1909 year

alloys for cymbals, gongs, and tamtams - Alloys for Cymbals, Gongs, and Tamtams;
alloys for cymbals, gongs, and tamtams - (a) 100 parts of copper with about 25 of tin. To give this compound the sonorous property in the highest degree, the piece should be ignited after it is cast, and then plunged immediately into cold water.

(b) 80 parts of copper and 20 of tin, hammered out with frequent annealing.

(c) An alloy of 78 of copper and 22 of tin answers better, and can be rolled out.

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