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" This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the high degree of hardness of cast iron as compared with that of all other metals, and although we found alloys which possessed an extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first... "
Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ... - Seite 486
herausgegeben von - 1858
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Band 69

1858
...Platinum 1.800 375 Copper — pure . . . 1,445 301 Aluminium .... 1,300 271 Silver — pure . . . 1,000 208 Zinc do. ... '880 183 Gold do. ... 800 167 Cadmium...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The results of experiments with the first series of alloys (of copper and zinc) show that...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Band 69

1858
...Platinum 1.800 375 Copper — pure . . . 1,445 301 Aluminium .... ],,400 271 Silver — pure . . . 1,000 208 Zinc do. . . . 880 183 Gold do. ... 800 167 Cadmium...250 52 Tin do. . '. . 130 27 lead do. ... 75 16 This t:ilile exhibits n curious fact, viz., the high degree of hardness of cast iron as compared with that...
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Mining Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations, Metallurgy & C

1858
..... 16 This table exhibits a curious fact : the high degree of hardness of cast iron as compared with all other metals, and although we found alloys which...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The next table is of a series of alloys of copper and zinc, on which it is observed that...
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The Quarterly Journal of Dental Science, Band 2

1859
...the above-mentioned cast iron. This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the high degree of hard ness of cast iron as compared with that of all other metals,...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys we shall give is that of copper and zinc. Names of Metals. Weight...
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The Journal of the Society of Arts and of the Institutions in Union.Volume ...

The Society of Arts - 1859
...above-mentioned cast iron. This table exhibits a curions fact, viz., the high degree of hardness of oast iron as compared with that of all other metals, and...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys weshall'give isthat of copper and zinc. Formulas of Alloys anj...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1860
...Steel 4600? 958? 4550 948 1800 875 Copper — pure 1445 301 1300 271 1000 208 880 183 Gold do 800 167 520 108 Bismuth do 250 52 Tin do 130 27 Lead do 75...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys we shall give is that of copper and zinc. These results show...
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Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1860
...Alumininm 1300 271 1000 208 Zinc do 880 183 Gold do 800 167 520 108 Bismuth do 250 52 Tin do 130 27 75 16 This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys we shall give is that of copper and zinc. These results show...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1860
...who have to employ metals, and often require to know the comparative hardness of metals and alloys. This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the high...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys we shall give, is that of copper and zinc. * This wrought iron...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Band 11

1867
...who have to employ metals, and often require to know the comparative hardness of metals and alloys. This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the high...extraordinary degree of hardness, still none were equal to cast iron. The first series of alloys we shall give, is that of copper and zinc. * This wrought iron...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Samuel Kneeland, John Trowbridge, Charles Robert Cross, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss - 1860
...who have to employ metals, and often require to know the comparative hardness of metals and alloys. This table exhibits a curious fact, viz., the high...hardness, still none were equal to east iron. The first series of alloys we shall give, is that of copper and zinc. * This wrought iron was made from...
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